W W W. B U Y P U R E C A T S K I L L S . C O M
Guide to Farm Fresh Products
Serving the New York State counties of Delaware, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan, Ulster
Farms • Farmers’ Markets • Stores • Activities • Restaurants • Events
Commissioner Carter H. Strickland, Jr.
Gourmet Market & Garden Center
Good Food. Great Gardens. Neighbors First. 2758 State Route 52, Liberty, NY 12754 845.292.3838
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BUY FRESH. BUY LOCAL. About us Pure Catskills is a buy local campaign that promotes farm and food businesses in the Catskill Region. Our goal is to increase support of the local food system. This guide is created in collaboration with farmers and purveyors of fresh food across Delaware, Greene, Otsego, Schoharie, Sullivan and Ulster Counties. When farms thrive, our communities benefit in many ways. Why buy local food? IT TASTES BETTER. Food that is grown closer to home is fresher and tastes better. It is better for you. Fresher food has more nutritional value. It creates accountability. Farmers take responsibility for food that they sell directly to consumers who in turn know and trust the source of their food. It supports the local economy. Buying from local farmers ensures that rural farming communities survive.
About our logo Developed from the 1940s era label of the Walton-Hamden Cauliflower Grower’s Cooperative, the Pure Catskills logo is a celebration of our regional heritage. From the 1920s to the 1940s, local cauliflower was shipped in huge quantities via rail and highway to ready metropolitan markets, making the Catskills synonymous with fine quality produce. The image of the logo exemplifies the long tradition of quality products from a working landscape here in the Catskill Region. For more information Visit us online at www.buypurecatskills.com and join our e-mail newsletter list, view extended member listings, find the latest calendar dates, news clippings, maps and sign up for next year’s guide. Direct questions about Pure Catskills to Challey Comer by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (607) 865-7090, ext. 217.
It protects the environment. Well-managed farms must maintain ecosystems that plants, animals and humans inhabit.
• Support for this project comes from Pure Catskills members and the Watershed Agricultural Council.
It preserves the working landscape. The sustainability of farming prevents unwanted and excessive development.
• Pure Catskills is an economic initiative of the Watershed Agricultural Council. The Council is a non-profit organization whose mission is to support the economic viability of agriculture and forestry through the protection of water quality and the promotion of land conservation in the New York City watershed region. The Council is funded by the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and other public, foundation, and private sources.
It is part of our culture. Losing our farmers would compromise an essential part of our cultural heritage. It is an investment in the future. This year, our agricultural imports exceeded the value of our exports. A safe food system supports local farmers so that we can feed ourselves for generations to come.
Welcome to the 2012–2013 Pure Catskills Guide to Farm Fresh Products!
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he Pure Catskills buy local guide was created in response to a burgeoning interest among our neighbors to purchase food directly from farmers. As the program enters its tenth year, it is incredible to see how far the local food movement has come. The images in this year's guide are a testament to that growth. Dairy farms have been the backbone of the regional and state agricultural industry for centuries. This year's guide features value-added dairy producers. These farms offer just about any dairy product you could think of: from everyday staples like milk, butter and cheese to ethnic specialties like kefir, gelato and cajeta. Most farmers featured here head multi-generational operations; but the value-added aspects of their businesses are relatively new. Adding processing infrastructure to a farm amounts to taking on an entire additional business. We salute their efforts by featuring their farms, families and products here. Sullivan County based photographer Andy Ryan visited eight Pure Catskills members to capture these images. This was his first project with Pure Catskills, and he greatly enjoyed the chance to explore the region and meet this diverse group of farmers. His wife, Ky, accompanied him on the trip, helping out as an assistant and cow wrangler when necessary. View more of Andy's work at www.andyryanphotography.com. New ventures by many other types of businesses and organizations have also launched since the Pure Catskills campaign started. During the growing season, farmers' markets occur nearly every day of the week, with an increasing number remaining open through the winter season. Community gardens and farm-to-school programs are popping up in hamlets and small cities. Distributors and processing facilities are helping farmers get their products to market. These advances are all a direct result of the support of customers. Change of this kind and magnitude seldom comes to an industry in such short order. Continue to vote with your fork to maintain this positive trend. In this year’s Guide, we’ve added reference icons within each listing to make product identification easier. Beyond the guide listings, you’ll find convenient ways to find the local food you're seeking. We added a series of panels highlighting food trends and groups of producers including community support agriculture, pastured livestock and pick-your-own operations. If you're a visitor to the region, visit the back of the Guide for a calendar of events and a list of tourism activities. For the most current information on local food, visit www.purecatskills.com for the latest events, extended member listings, and additional resources and profiles on our members. Please contact me with any questions regarding Pure Catskills at email@example.com or (607) 865-7090.
Farms & Retail Members...................................4 Harvest Calendar.................. 40 Members Map....................... 42 Farmers' Markets................. 44 CSAs........................................ 46 Restaurants & Lodging........... 48 Farm & Food Organizations........................ 54 Farm & Food Radio............... 57 Activities & Tourism.............. 59 Calendar of Events............... 62
Pure Catskills is a Buy Fresh Buy Local® Chapter through Food Routes, our national partner
Thank you for your support of Catskills agriculture!
Challey Comer Farm to Market Manager, Watershed Agricultural Council
On the cover: Goats at Sherman Hill Farm Photo by Andy Ryan
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Acorn Hill Farm
Joyce Henion PO Box 103 Walker Valley, NY 12588 (845) 800-4239 firstname.lastname@example.org Acorn Hill Farm is a little goat farm with an organic and sustainable philosophy. We manage our small herd of dairy goats using organic methods, love and respect. We are a NOFA-NY Farmers' Pledge Farm. We offer a variety of fresh and aged goat cheeses and use only organic herbs and flavorings. We also produce goat milk fudge, have a seasonal supply of goat meat, and make goat milk soaps. Find us at regional farmers' markets, join us for a cheesemaking workshop, or make an appointment to visit the farm. www.acornhillfarmsteadcheeses.com
And Mrs. Jorrins Sheep Farm
Sylvia Jorrin 6270 Elk Creek Road Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-2596 email@example.com I specialize in meat lambs and DorsetFriesian starter flocks. I also sell dairy goats, black and red currants, eggs, geese, and my book Sylvia's FarmJournal of an Improbable Shepard. Visit 4 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
my website for a monthly story about my life here. www.sylviasfarm.com
Apple Bin Farm Market
Loretta & Peter Scaturro 810 Broadway (Route 9W) Ulster Park, NY 12487 (845) 338-3991 firstname.lastname@example.org Family-run farm market open daily (closed on Tuesdays), FebruaryDecember. Offering seasonal homegrown apples, pears, peaches, nectarines and local produce, cheese, honey, and maple syrup. Breakfast and lunch daily. JB Peel coffee, cider donuts, muffins, pies and a selection of gourmet food and gift items. Perennials, flowers, trees, straw and more! www.theapplebinfarmmarket.com
Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy Education Center
Sonja Hedlund 80 Hahn Road PO Box 371 Callicoon Center, NY 12724 (845) 482-4764 email@example.com Enjoy a farm vacation year-round in our three-bedroom guest house. Try free-range eggs, goat milk and garden vegetables. Participate in farm chores. Dogs are welcome! Just two hours from NYC! We also sell horses, lamb, goats, eggs and wool. Visit our webpage or see the calendar section for more information on year-round programming for adults and children: workshops on wool, cheesemaking and renewable energy. www.applepondfarm.com
Allison Jones 137 Axtell Road Maryland, NY 12116 (607) 638-5784 firstname.lastname@example.org Know where your food comes from! At Applegarth we've been raising animals
naturally and humanely for over thirty years. Place your order for beef, poultry, lamb or pork or select from our farm store freezers. Applegarth also boards horses and offers wool and wool products for sale. , www.applegarthfarms.com
Barlow's General Store Rachel & Glen Phillips-Gaetano 4487 County Route 14 Treadwell, NY 13846 (607) 829-8555 email@example.com Barlow's General Store features local produce, dairy products, eggs, meats, maple & honey products, preserves, and specialty coffee & teas. We offer sandwiches, stove-made soups, salads, daily specials & baked goods.
Baron Organics Organic Fertilizer Dealer & Soil Testing Michael Baron 50 J. Spielman Road Jeffersonville, NY 12748 (845) 482-3902 firstname.lastname@example.org Baron Organics products & support natural and organic fertilizers & soil amendments for farm & home, soil testing, full line of Fertrell products, OMRI listed. 20 varieties of garlic for sale.
Bearkill Road Maple Products David Cammer 440 Bearkill Road Gilboa, NY 12076 (607) 588-6057 Maple syrup available for retail or wholesale. Dave Cammer and Jake Laban are the operators. Available through RSK Farms in Prattsville, NY, Rexcroft Farms in Athens, NY, and Stoneledge Farms-CSA in Cairo, NY.
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Jay & Abby Wilson & Family 2066 County Highway 18, Delhi (607) 746-8866 www.mapleshadefarmny.com Farm Market July – December. Produce, eggs, chicken, apples, cider, baked goods & Thanksgiving turkeys. Fall Fun every weekend in October. Hayrides, pumpkin picking, corn maze and more. Check our website for details on this season’s festivals. See you on the farm!
Duane & Karen LaFever 5700 County Highway 18, Bloomville (607) 746-6339 www.maplewoodfarmny.com 100% Pure Maple Products, Maple Syrup, cream, sugar, lollipops, popcorn, gourmet nuts, Maple Almond Granola, mustard beautiful boxed maple sugar for Holidays. Gift baskets, Wedding favors. Products available at Delaware Bulldozing office.
Mark & Terri Kohler 8162 County Highway 18, Bloomville (607) 538-9302 or email us at email@example.com Rabbits, Ducks, Geese, Chickens, Eggs, Turkeys and Home Grown Vegetables.
2. FieldStone FarM Dave & Merry Rama 4236 County Highway 18, Delhi (607) 746-2226 www.fieldstonefarmny.com The Rama family is not new to the beef business. For over 30 years, Dave and Merry have operated The Cattle Exchange–breeding, buying and selling cattle throughout the world. Fieldstone Farm Black Angus beef brings their expertise and love of great-tasting beef together. The result is grass-fed beef raised without hormones, antibiotics or chemicals.
3. on the leFt Bank George & Valerie LaFever 4845 County Highway 18, Delhi (607) 746-9250 Seasonal varieties of produce for your table, nurtured riverside on the Delaware’s West Branch. Open to 6PM daily. We sell what we grow!
5. ByeBrook FarM Paul & Gwen Deysenroth & Family 7531 County Highway18, Bloomville (607) 538-9796 8th generation dairy farm. Gouda cheese, fresh bottled raw milk, eggs, and produce as available. Open year ‘round.
6. turquoiSe Barn Michelle Premura 8052 County Highway 18, Bloomville (607) 538-1235 www.turquoisebarn.com firstname.lastname@example.org Green Certified Bed & Breakfast/Retreat specializing in Organic Plant Based Whole Foods; ClassesWorkshops; Farm Stand: Organic Eggs, Produce, Herbs, Flowers, Raw Honey, Bee Pollen, Candles, Soaps Gallery: Fine Art, Jewelry, Custom Design Farm Tables; Wood Products.
8. del-roSe FarM Ernie & Barb Hanselman & Family 9635 County Highway 18, Bloomville (607) 538-9633 Homegrown sweet corn, vegetables, pumpkins, Barb’s brown eggs & The Farmer’s Wife baked goods. Call for the opportunity to visit our dairy farm, and make the connection with how your food is produced.
9. aBundance FarM Terry Hannum 230 Roses Brook Road, South Kortright (607) 538-1836 Starter heirloom vegetable plants, young trees, herb plants, and seasonal organic produce, herbs, and eggs. Call to request a tour.
10. rich FarM Scott & Eleanor Jensen 13075 County Highway 18, Hobart (607) 538-1371 www.richcountryfarmhouse.com Celebrating 100 years as the Rich family farm. Fresh, cage-free eggs available year-round; get away with a stay in our restored country farmhouse.
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At Cowbella, we do truly believe that our purebred Jersey cows are beautiful and part of our family team that is at the heart of everything we do. In 1817 our ancestors settled our farm, and through the years it has been home to seven generations of our Danforth family and countless generations of our cow families. We use only the milk from our 40 cow grazing herd to produce our butter and yogurt products that always have love as their main ingredient. â€”Shannon Mason
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FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Beaver Dam Brook Farms
Matt Burns 89 Crumley Van Vactor Road Ferndale, NY 12734 (845) 292-3159 email@example.com Local produce from A to Z and honey. Find us at the farm or Fridays at Kauneonga Lake Farmers' Market from 3 pm - 6:30 pm (behind fire house), Saturdays at Barryville Farmers' Market from 10 am - 2 pm and Sundays at Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods starting August 29th from 11 am - 4 pm.
Beaverkill Trout Hatchery Ltd.
Sherry Bellows 8 Alder Creek Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439-4947 We do private stocking of trout for clubs and fishing derbies. We have a fish and pay pond open to the public, Saturday and Sunday 8 am-5 pm. Supply your own bait and tackle, $5.00 per lb., must keep all you catch.
Bob & Eli Franklin 522 Happy Avenue Swan Lake, NY 12783 (845) 583-6059 Certified organic Kosher (Cholov Yisroel), whole, non-homogenized milk. Pasturized and bottled in our on-farm state licensed plant using milk from our closed herd of Jersey/Jersey Cross cows.
The Big Hopper Rabbit Farm
Mark & Terri Kohler 8162 County Highway 18 Bloomville, NY (607) 538-9302 Meat Rabbits, Eggs and Turkeys for sale, as well as farm fresh vegetables.
Big Sky Farms/Susquehanna CSA Project
Vali Vargha 1088 County Highway 34 Schenevus, NY 12155 (607) 638-9016 firstname.lastname@example.org Large range of vegetables from June until December, eggs and honey. Primary farm for the Susquehanna CSA Project in Cooperstown/Schenevus. Garlic is a specialty. Sell at the Albany Plaza Market
and from the farm. Non-certified organic, member Certified Naturally Grown.
Black Willow Pond Farm
Josh and Carrie Enyart 223 Hill Road Cobleskill, NY 12043 (518) 823-4040 email@example.com Our small family farm is dedicated to raising livestock and poultry seasonally in a natural setting. Our Katahdin lamb is 100% grass-fed, while our layers, meat chickens (cornish-rock and heritage red cornish), turkeys (broad-breasted white and heritage Bourbon Red) and rabbits are pastured and supplemented with locally grown grains that contain no additives. Eggs are available year round. We welcome and encourage you to visit!
Bohringer's Fruit Farm
Joe Bohringer 3992 State Route 30 Middleburgh, NY 12122 (518) 231- 6622 Opens in June with U-pick and already picked strawberries, ready picked cherries, and rhubarb. July- Cherries, blueberries, raspberries, specialty berries and home-grown produce. August thru November apple season starts and u- pick raspberries, as well as other varieties of produce. Don't miss out on our gourmet homemade ice cream all season long.
Bramley Mountain Farm
Jack and June Burns 257 E. Bramley Mountain Road Bovina Center, NY 13740 (607) 832-4371 Our Belted Galloway cattle are pasture raised, whole-corn finished, hormone and antibiotic free and are fed no animal by-products. The animals are humanely harvested at a USDA-inspected facility, dry aged, cut and frozen. We sell quarters, sides, and wholes. Individual cuts available at the farm, Saturdays 9 am-11 am, June thru October, or by calling ahead.
John and Anne Gohorel 56 Burgin Road Andes, NY 13731 (607) 832-4787
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firstname.lastname@example.org We are artisan bread bakers, selling primarily to small stores, restaurants and at farmers' markets. We use all organic flours and grains. Each week we bake 2-4 varieties: multi-grain mild sourdough, raisin walnut wheat, Mediterranean olive, classic rye, chocolate babka, orange rye, chocolate cranberry, rustic semolina sesame, panettone, wheat, apple raisin walnut or cranberry raisin walnut. We bake in a hearth stone deck oven, and we encourage you to read about our methods on our website. We love bread! www.bread-fellows.com
Breezy Meadows Farm Maureen and Ken Pawlikowski 1024 County Highway 6 Otego, NY 13825 (607) 988-2838 email@example.com Breezy Meadows Farm, Otego, N.Y. derives its name from the varied meadows on the property along with summer winds or January gales. It has been home for years to various livestock populations including hens, horses, and most recently, Whiteface Hereford cattle. Our naturally raised beef are grassfed, grain-finished, and hormone-free. We are USDA inspected and sell custom-cut by the side or quarter, or by the piece out of the freezer right at the farm. Our cattle never see a feed lot and spend days grazing and lazing. We welcome farm visits! www.buypurecatskills.com 7
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Bridle Hill Farm
Elinor Young 190 Hemmer Road, Box 690 Jeffersonville, NY 12748 (845) 482-3993 firstname.lastname@example.org Horseback riding for all levels and ages, English, Western, trail lessons, boarding, summer camp, after school programs, educational programs, shows, sales, training, and winter trail rides. Open year round.
Brovetto Dairy & Cheese House
Ron & Corinne Brovetto 1677 County Route 29 Jefferson, NY 12093 (607) 278-6622 email@example.com Our family-owned dairy and cheese house is run by Corinne, Ronald, and Russell. We specialize in a farmstead, artisanal, semi-hard, cave-aged Tilsit-style cheese. You can buy this cheese at the Pakatakan Farmers Market, Brewery Ommegang, and many other local stores, or visit the farm. The farm store is open 11 am - 4 pm every day. When weâ€™re not making cheese, visit the cheese plant and cave with 1000 wheels of cheese. Taste our varieties of cheese in the farm store. www.harpersfieldcheese.com
Buck Hill Farm
Sharon Collins 185 Fuller Road Jefferson, NY 12093
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(607) 652-7980 firstname.lastname@example.org Pure Maple products and the largest selection of maple-value added products anywhere. Makers of the original maple caramel popcorn and maple bread and butter pickles! Country Breakfast served Sundays 8 am-1 pm. Store open 7 days year round. Visitors always welcome to rummage in the barn sale or collect eggs in the hen house. Please call ahead during the week. www.buckhillfarm.com
Craig Schneider 39 Howell Street Walton, NY 13856 (607) 865-5065 email@example.com C&C Feeds is a competitively priced, customer service-oriented business offering high-quality bagged feeds & supplies for animals large & small, domestic or wild. Lawn & garden supplies including grass seed, conservation mix, fertilizers & garden seeds are available in season. Propane tanks filled. The little store...doing a BIG business!
Burn Ayr Farm
Kathleen & Kevin Sullivan 21031 State Highway 28 Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-7287 firstname.lastname@example.org Seasonal farmstand featuring Burn Ayr Farm grass-fed beef and free-range chicken. All meats are raised antibiotic and hormone free. Try our all natural beef hot dogs and kielbasa which are nitrate free. Seasonal vegetables, herbs, cut flowers and eggs are available daily at the farmstand on a self-serve basis from July to October. Meat orders available year round by calling (607) 746-7287. Visit us on Saturday at the Andes Farm Market from 10 am-2 pm.
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Burt's Mountain Honey
Burt Dewell & Marion Quick 2635 County Route 10 Windham, NY 12496 (518) 734-4046 Newly established honey-product business. Besides honey products, we also carry other bee products. Come visit our store. www.burtsmountainhoney.com
Paul & Gwen Deysenroth 7531 County Highway 18 Bloomville, NY 13739 (607) 538-9796 Our family owns and operates a 45-cow dairy of Holsteins that has been in the family for eight generations. We make a raw milk gouda cheese and age it at least 60 days. Varieties available: plain, cumin seed, and cider-washed rind. It is available at our farmstand, local stores, and Delhi, Andes and Pakatakan farmers' markets. Now available at our farmstand: fresh raw milk bottled daily.
2758 State Route 52 (near Ferndale-Loomis Road) Liberty, NY 12754 (845) 292-3838 info@CatskillHarvest.com A year-round farm market, gourmet grocery, and garden center. Store features fresh local produce, meats, cheeses & dairy products, baked goods, preserves, coffee beans & teas, gourmet foods, and household staples. Garden center features trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials, garden products, and complete landscape design & installation services. Dining room with woodtsove and free wireless internet . See our ad.
Randy Jones & Katherine Ferris (607) 746-2301 131 Delaware Avenue Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746 2301 email@example.com Free-range Registered Icelandic lambs for meat and breeding. Also, freerange, delicious brown eggs. All animals supplemented with organic kelp, sea salt & minerals. Home of the Delhi Grinder. Call or email for appointment.
Circle W Market
Patricia Harvey 3328 Route 23A Palenville, NY 12463 (518) 678-3250 firstname.lastname@example.org Circle W Market: featuring local, natural and organic products. Teas and coffees, fine groceries, homemade soups, sandwiches and paninis, salads, desserts and daily specials. We sell and use local products.
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U-Pick Pumpkins, Corn Maze, Wagon Rides, Animals, Local Food and More
Come Play in the Hay! Maple Shade Farm • 2066 County Hwy 18 • Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-8866 • www.mapleshadefarmny.com 11_12621 Kagan BC:C8185 Kagan Meat BC_6UP
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NAT KAGAN MEAT & POULTRY, INC. Food Service Distributors HUDSON VALLEY CATTLE COMPANY
OUR MISSION: When you call a food service company you should be able to speak to a person who knows the meat U.S.D.A. business. We don’t sell Mop handles, cleaning INSPECTED chemicals or restaurant equipment. WE SELL MEAT, EST. #8876 POULTRY AND FISH. WE LOVE TO TALK ABOUT IT, WE LOVE TO EAT IT AND WE LOVE TO SELL IT!
Woodridge, NY • 1-800-527-1154 • 845-434-4334 • www.hudsonvalleycattlecompany.com
Woodridge, N.Y. 12789 George Cubillas 1-800-527-1154 • 845-434-4334 Cell: 914-799-0801 email@example.com www.hudsonvalleycattlecompany.com 10_11036 Kagan label:Layout 1
hudson valley cattle company Natural, Wholesome & Local woodridge, n.y. 12789
black angus beef locally raised in stone ridge, new york
· They are not given any antibiotics or vaccinations. · They are not given any growth hormones. · They are not finished as done on feed lots. · They are not fattened in their last few months of life. · They are not stressed from overcrowding.
Hudson Valley Cattle Company is proudly distributed by NAT KAGAN MEAT & POULTRY. A USDA food service distributor serving the Mid-Hudson region for over fifty years. Kagan’s represent several great companies that have the same desire to provide our clients with some of the best wholesome food products in the meat, poultry and seafood industry.
Farms, Food and Fun!! www.upstatevacations.com or call 1-800-41-visit
SCHOHARIE COUNTY Something Unexpected.
Country French English Cottage
A day at the farm for the whole family
Farm Animals, Greenhouses, U-Pick Berries & Pumpkins Fishing, Family Picnics with farm fresh foods from the Farm Store
MERIDALE FARM STORE Local Farm Products, Arts, Crafts, Gifts All-natural Angus Beef, Chicken, Pork Preserves, Jams, Jellies, Desserts Authentic Mexican Salsas
U-PICK Strawberries - Raspberries Blackberries - Pumpkins
GARDEN CENTER Annual & Perennials Flowers Hanging Baskets, Herbs, & Garden Vegetables
The Sheepâ€™s Nest 45 Main Street, Hobart, NY
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GREENANE GARDENS at GREENANE FARMS 196 County Highway 10 Meridale Just 500 feet from the corner of State Highway 28 and County Rt.10 Between Delhi & Oneonta www.greenanefarms.com
FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Claryville Pottery
Anne-Marie Kremer 982 Claryville Road Claryville, NY 12725 (845) 985- 2016 firstname.lastname@example.org Studio showing hand-thrown functional pottery made out of porcelain and stoneware. Soft, natural colors inspired by the natural surroundings adorn a wide range of mugs, teapots, bowls, plates, vases, planters and tiles. Open by chance or appointment year round. www.annemariekremer.com
Cody Shane Acres Bison Farm
Don & Lynn Tweedie 90 Crystal Creek Road Walton, NY 13856 (607) 865-4913 Family farm, raising grass-fed bison. Heart-healthy, delicious bison meat for sale.
Cold Spring Farm
The Prezorski Family NYS Route 145 2 miles north of Cobleskill Lawyersville, NY 12043 (518) 234-4268 email@example.com Family owned and operated greenhouse and vegetable farm. Flowers and fresh picked vegetables are available from our on-farm, roadside stand in scenic Lawyersville. Our season begins in May with hanging baskets, bedding plants and vegetable transplants. Summer through fall we pick fresh vegetables daily. Specializing in supersweet corn, vine ripe tomatoes, pumpkins and a wide assortment of fall ornamentals. Producers of alfalfa hay, rye straw and grain corn too. Wholesale orders welcome. Open daily May through October 9 am to 6 pm. }
Coopers Ark Farm
Phil & Pam Metzger 145 Ark Lane Schoharie, NY 12157 (518) 295-7662 firstname.lastname@example.org Hands-on or hands-off farm tour/petting zoo on 15 acres in the Beautiful Heart of The Schoharie Valley. Grind your own grain, pick-you-own eggs, bottle feeding, walk the mini's, picnic area and more! Bring home poultry and eggs! Handicap accessible. $8 admission per person, includes haywagon ride and collector's
cup. 9:30 am to last tour starts at 4:30 pm, weekends from Memorial Day to July 4th, then 7 days to Labor Day. All other times by appointment only. No pets or large buses. www.coopersarkfarm.com
Cooperstown Cheese Company
Sharon Tomaselli 107 Oxbow Road at County Route 28 Milford, NY 13807 (607) 286-7722 sharon.tomaselli@ CooperstownCheeseCompany.com We are artisan cheesemakers using milk from two local herds – one Brown Swiss cows and one Jersey cows. We make a variety of cheeses including our own award-winning recipe of Toma Celena and our Jersey Girl. We have gouda and cheddar and many flavored cheddars such as smoked black peppercorn cheddar. Our retail store is open Saturday through Tuesday and Thursday, from 11 am to 5:30 pm and in addition to our cheeses, we have a wide assortment of locally produced crafts and artisan foods. www.CooperstownCheeseCompany.com
Country Grown Perennials LLC
Peggy & George Bolton 4801 Pines Brook Road Walton, NY 13856 email@example.com We have been serving discriminating customers in Delaware and surrounding counties for over 20 years. Featuring hardy fruit trees, shrubs, small fruit bushes, old roses and hardy perennials. www.countrygrownperennials.com
Cowbella Fine Farmstead Dairy Products
Shannon Mason Danforth Jersey Farm 157 Danforth Road Jefferson, NY 12093 (607) 652-7954 firstname.lastname@example.org Family is at the heart of everything we do on our 7th generation Jersey Farm. Even the animals in our 30 cow dairy are treated as extended family. Happy and healthy cows make the best milk that we use to bring you handcrafted butters and yogurts with unique and delicious flavors that always have love as their main
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ingredient. Follow us on Facebook. www.cowbella.com
Crystal Valley Farm Chris DiBenedetto Halcott Center, NY (845) 254-4009 Crystal Valley Farm is a family owned and operated, grass-based dairy farm. We feature ‘Cream Line Milk’ which is gently pasteurized and non-homogenized. We also provide the milk used to make Lazy Crazy Acres delicious gelato. Products are available at the farm, local farmers' markets and stores.
The Cutting Garden 4055 State Route 52 Youngsville, NY 12791 (845) 482-3333 email@example.com This garden features 100 varieties of flowers, herbs and vegetables. We are primarily a pick-your-own garden but flower arrangements are available for special events. Seasonal workshops are offered. Retail store and barn adjacent to garden features garden accessories, fair trade and locally made items, antiques, old tools and collectibles. Proudly becoming solar powered in 2012! www.thecuttinggarden.org www.buypurecatskills.com 11
Lazy Crazy Acres
My family, both maternal and paternal sides, have been farming these mountains for over 150 years. It’s absolutely in my blood. We set out to make a great ice cream that reflects our grazing, all natural farming practices and found out that “crazy” is an apt middle name for our farm. We found that gelato is a better holistic use of our whole milk and now we are New York’s only micro-creamery “cow to cone gelato.” We are just crazy enough to source all our fruits from other small New York farms, scrape every vanilla bean, hand crack every egg and milk the cows! We love this farm, our cows and these mountains and our gelato definitely reflects that passion. —Jake and Karen Fairbairn 12 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Dancing Star Studio of Art and Craft
Open Wednesdays and Saturdays 11am3 pm or by appointment.
Katherine Somelofski 141 Upper Kennedy Heights Margaretville, NY 12455 (845) 586-1632 firstname.lastname@example.org Katherine makes pure beeswax candles using beeswax from Catskill beekeepers. Hand-dipped and molded candles are available including: tapers, votives, tealights, and seasonal and decorative designs. Candles are available direct from the artist's website, at the artisan guilds in Margaretville and Oneonta and at local farm stands and markets. www.catskillmountaincrafts.com
Carolyn Duke 855 County Road 93 Roscoe, NY 12776 (607) 498-5207 email@example.com Original, hand-built pottery, inspired by the natural beauty of the earth, and fired in a variety of ways. Plus art gallery and gift shop showcasing a wide variety of local artists, crafters, and farmers. Open year round, Friday to Sunday, 11 am 5 pm, or by chance or appointment.
Delaware Phoenix Distillery
Cheryl Lins 144 Delaware Street Walton, NY 13856 (607) 865-5056 firstname.lastname@example.org A little distillery in upstate New York. Absinthes Walton Waters and Meadow of Love in the classic French style. Heritage rye whiskey, bourbon and corn whiskey based on 1820's recipes. Rye Dog unaged rye whiskey. Distilled from the finest NY grains, when available. Made without compromise
Jill Wiener 92 Bayer Road Callicoon Center, NY 12724 (845) 482-4976 email@example.com Naturally grown fresh-cut flowers arranged and delivered to your door for your wedding, reception or special event. Orders accepted days, weeks or months in advance.
Del-Rose Farm The Farmer's Wife
Barb & Ernie Hanselman & Family 9635 County Highway 18 Bloomville, NY 13739 (607) 538-9633 firstname.lastname@example.org Del-Rose Farm's beginnings were as a 60-cow dairy. Today, in addition, the Hanselman family produces and sells sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, summer squashes, and pumpkins, Barb's Brown Eggs, and The Farmer's Wife Baked Goods. We encourage farm visits, give us a call! Produce available at our roadside stand in season. Baked goods available year round. The finest and freshest for you - with a little bit of love!
Dirie's Dairy Farm
Richard Dirie 1345 Shandelee Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 482-4301 Licensed by New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets to sell raw cow's milk at our farm. We also have a limited supply of farm-fresh brown eggs.
Jill Wiener 92 Bayer Road Callicoon Center, NY 12724 (845) 482-4976 email@example.com Fun and functional handmade pottery. Guaranteed to deliver an instant smile! www.earthgirlpottery.com
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Edgewood Christopher Kupec PO Box 128 22 Lasher Road Big Indian, NY 12410 (845) 254-9818 firstname.lastname@example.org We are a gentleman's farm located in the heart of the Catskill Mountains. Committed to food independence and sustainable horticultural practices since 1999, we grow a variety of hardy garden plants and grasses, cut flowers, ornamental annuals, heritage vegetables and offer fresh eggs from our free roaming hens. Landscape design and maintenance services available. Please check our website for open days or contact us for an appointment. www.edgewoodny.com
Elderberry Herb Farm, LLC
Erin Ethier 264 Main Street Richmondville, NY 12149 (518) 534-3003 email@example.com All natural, chemical free, mostly organic, hand salves, hand creams, baby products, pet products, and more. All made with beeswax, unrefined shea butter, a variety of organic essential oils, and organic herbs grown on premises. We also raise our own chickens for eggs and grow a large selection of produce. Stop by the house to pick up eggs and products. Please call ahead to make sure we have your order available.
Julie & David Herzog 579 Engleville Road Sharon Springs, NY 13459 (518) 284-3727 firstname.lastname@example.org Elderberry Herb Farm offers hand-crafted organically grown herbal products. We carry herbal teas, mulling spices, herbal seasonings, rubs for meat & fish, herbal pillows, potpourri, catnip toys pure natural botanical mineral salts & creme parfums. Fresh elderberries are offered in-season, and dried elderberries are offered year round.
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Eminence Road Farm Winery
Jennifer Clark & Andrew Scott 3734 Eminence Road Long Eddy, NY 12760 (845) 887-6280 email@example.com Located in a mountain valley at the southern edge of Delaware County, Eminence Road Farm Winery is operated by Jennifer Clark and Andrew Scott. We offer Chardonnay, Riesling, Cabernet Franc, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon and more. All of our wine is naturally fermented and bottled by hand, unfined and unfiltered. www.eminenceroad.com
Eureka Market & Cafe
Jennifer Grimes 7991 State Route 55 Grahamsville, NY 12740 (845) 985-5116 firstname.lastname@example.org Fresh-baked goodies; home-cooked food; locally-sourced produce, dairy and meats; and gourmet market goods, as well as a whole range of wonderful wares, from scented candles and pretty paper napkins, to wild iPad covers and colorful travel mugs. www.eureka-market.com
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(607) 829-3425 email@example.com Rugs, socks, felted fabric products, longwool sheepskins, Romney & Lekester Sheep with exceptional quality fleeces, dependable Chariot Sheep. Field-raised lamb meat at farm & retail locations. Sheep dogs: Border Collie pups and started dogs, training services, demonstrations at museums, schools, events.
211 East Broadway Monticello, NY (845) 794-2744 firstname.lastname@example.org Located off Route 17 in Monticello, the Farmers' Market offers a great selection of seasonal local produce, locally raised eggs and baked goods. Local honey and maple syrup also available. Open year round, 7 days a week, 7:30 am-7:30 pm.
The Rama Family Back River Road Delhi, NY 13753 Fieldstone Farm produces happy, healthy pasture-raised and hormone-free Black Angus beef. For the past 30 years, the Rama Family has been committed to delivering quality in all they endeavor but most avidly in the food they produce. Available on-farm or from select retailers. See website for details. www.fieldstonefarmny.com
Flour Power Bakery
JR & Denise Rowley 87 DeBruce Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (917) 787-7848 email@example.com We are your cozy neighborhood artisan bakery and cafĂŠ offering a variety of breads, bagels, rolls, breakfast pastries, pies, cakes and cookies, tarts, mousse cakes, crĂŠme brulee, cream puffs, and more. We prepare a vegan soup every weekend, pot pies, empanadas, quiche, sandwiches, salads, and savory pastries for lunch. Eat indoors, upstairs or on the front porch. Enjoy the Bistro in the evening, with a varied and seasonal menu from roast duck breast, to seared scallops or steak au poivre. Your event can be catered in the upstairs dining room. Open year round. www.flourpowerbakery.net
Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard Bill Michaels 288 Goose Street Fly Creek, NY 13337 (800) 505-6455 firstname.lastname@example.org Historic, water-powered cider mill on the banks of Fly Creek pressing fresh, sweet cider for 152 years, minutes from Cooperstown. Experience the Mill Marketplace's daily tasting of over 40 specialty foods. Tour the Mill and relax with a farm-fresh lunch from the restaurant and bakery including ice cream delights and the famous cider float. www.flycreekcidermill.com
Fox Hollow Nursery Neil & Bonnie Monzeglio 2751 State Highway 23 West Oneonta, NY 13861 (607) 263-5764 email@example.com Please come visit our self-serve farmstand located in the village of West Laurens on State Highway 23. We grow a large variety of vegetables. We also have balled and burlapped evergreens, spring and fall, and we have pre-cut, cut-your-own and live Christmas trees, as well as fresh-made wreaths and roping. Open 7 days a week from mid-June until Christmas Eve. Bring exact change.
Goldenheart Unidiversity, LLC David Turan 2515 Tower Mountain Road Stamford, NY 12167 (607) 242-1260 firstname.lastname@example.org Farm fresh - nest-run free range eggs. Call for availability. Cut and dug flowers. Seasonal Produce. www.goldenheartu.com
Good Cheap Food Faiga Brussel 53 Main Street Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-6562 email@example.com We are a whole foods/specialty foods store that is proud to have the largest selection of local products in our area produce, dairy, meat, value-added items. We also sell books, stationary, toys and gift items. A friendly place to browse.
FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Good Fields Farm
Mark Harvey 1277 Copes Corner Road South New Berlin, NY 13843 (607) 859-2227 firstname.lastname@example.org Good Fields Farm utilizes low input, Sustainable and ecological management practices to produce 100% grass-fed beef, pastured pork, aged raw milk goat cheese and a variety of small grains. The beef and small grains are certified organic. All animals are humanely raised without antibiotics or hormones. The aged cheese will be for sale in the fall of 2012.
MAPLE SYRUP â€˘ MAPLE CREAM MAPLE CONFECTIONS GRANULATED SUGAR EGGS & GOATS FOR SALE ARTISAN POTTERY WE SHIP Come visit - bring the kids!
Gary Orton & Gale Sheradin 126 Budine Hill Road Walton, NY 13856 (607) 434-0007 | (607) 287-8827 email@example.com Gary and Gale have been growing organic garlic in Walton for years. Something new this year is the best garlic scape pesto being made. Call us, we would be happy to supply you with some of our garlic or pesto. See you at the Hudson Valley Garlic Festival.
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Gray Goose Farm
Terry, Bob, and Tristin Moses 83 Maggie Hoag Road DeLancey, NY 13752 (607) 746-3645 firstname.lastname@example.org Horseback riding lessons: English lessons for people of all ages, specializing in children's lessons. We also offer after school educational programs and summer riding programs. We cater to kids with well trained, reliable lesson ponies. We teach the basic balanced position. Also boarding of dogs and cats
Taste and see that the Lord is good! Psalm 34:8
A family-run farm in the heart of the Catskills. 750 Roxbury Mountain Road, Hobart, NY 607-538-1500 www.roxburymountainmaple.com
Patrick and Thanya Rider 5637 Turnpike Road Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-8878 email@example.com A diversified family farm. We are not only the areaÂ´s largest all natural premium Angus beef producer but we also produce all-natural poultry, eggs and berries, peppers, herbs, and flowers. Our year-round supply of beef and extended growing seasons are ideal for retail and restaurant customers.
Selling Quality Animals and Beautiful Alpaca Products 5012 Gunhouse Hill Road South Kortright, NY 607-652-9660 www.gunhousehillalpacas.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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Crystal Valley Farm There is no better place to raise a family than on a farm. We work together daily, caring for our herd of dairy cattle which feasts on one of the Catskill Mountain's greatest assets: abundant, top quality pasture. Judicious use of pasture allows us to farm harmoniously with the needs of the land and cattle, while also providing for our desired way of life. â€”Chris DiBenedetto
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FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Happy Herbs Soap at Two Crow Cottage
Anita (Nina) Casamento PO Box 210 Burlingham, NY 12722 (845) 733-4577 email@example.com Maker of herbal soap and incense. Using my own, home-raised, happy herbs and local bee products, I strive to create my goods as green as possible. Member: Northeast Herbal Association, United Plant Savers, Natural Perfumers Guild. Events: Grahamsville Fair, Rosendale Farmers' Market, Goshen Farmers' Market. happyherbssoap.blogspot.com
Gunhouse Hill Alpacas
Matt & Diane Taylor 5012 Gunhouse Hill Road South Kortright, NY 13842 (607) 652-9660 firstname.lastname@example.org We are a family-run farm breeding quality Alpacas from excellent bloodlines. Breeding stock as well as pet/fiber animals available for sale. We also sell beautiful Alpaca products, yarn, roving, and raw fleece. Farm visits and small group tours by appointment.
Handsome Brook Farm
Bryan & Betsy Babcock 4132 E. Handsome Brook Road Franklin, NY 13775 (607) 829-2587 email@example.com Bed and breakfast on a U-pick organic berry farm (raspberries, blueberries, strawberries). Look for our preserves and syrups at local markets or visit our website. In addition to berries, our free-range chickens provide the morning eggs and our heritage pigs, steers, and lambs are always happy to say hello!
Al Higley 5200 Route 28 Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 (845) 688-5667 Hanover Farms carries produce, dairy, eggs, smoked fish, flowers, maple products, honey, and other specialty products. We also have a new cheese shop with 2000 varieties of assorted cheeses.
Heather Ridge Farm
Carol Clement 989 Broome Center Road Preston Hollow, NY 12469 (518) 239-6234 firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to our solar-powered farm store and cafĂŠ. All grassfed beef, lamb, goat, pastured pork, chicken, turkeys and eggs. Lovingly raised in small groups without antibiotics or hormones, on pastures without chemicals, sold by retail cut. Sausages, honey, sheepskins, socks, baked goods and regional cheeses. Year-round meat/poultry CSA. Farm tours.
Jamie Smith Helper 95 Creamery Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 468-5752 email@example.com Handmade herbal skin care products utilizing organic herbs, natural ingredients, pure essential oils & coldpressed oils; we meet all of your natural skin care needs. Shop online or find our products locally at Bridgewater Mercantile in Jeffersonville, Catskill Harvest Market in Liberty, Morgan Outdoors in Livingston Manor, Pepacton Natural Foods in Roscoe and Fresh Harvest CafĂŠ and Farm Market in Hunter. www.heirloombotanicals.com
Honey Bee Tea
Kelley Edkins PO Box 623 Smallwood, NY 12778 (845) 513-5411 firstname.lastname@example.org We grow medicinal organic and wildcrafted herbs. Organically grown, solar dried handcrafted into herbal
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infused tea blends. We also make natural beauty products from our own beeswax, herbs and honey. We have a DEC registered compost site called the Bee Green where we farm worms and sell organic compost. We are also available to pick up compost as well as consultation, design and installation of sustainable landscapes.
Horton Hill Farm
Bill & Carol Parker 127 Horton Road Jefferson, NY 12093 (607) 652-9450 email@example.com Our family farm specializes in healthy, all natural pasture-raised meats and eggs from heritage breed pigs, turkeys and chickens. We have chosen heritage breeds for their quality and flavorful meats. Raw honey produced from chemical-free hives. Stop by and visit and get to know your local farmer.
Hudson Valley Cattle Company
George Cubillas 8 Green Avenue Woodridge, NY 12789 (845) 434-4334 george@hudsonvalleycattle Wholesale food service distributor. Offering locally raised fancy natural beef to restaurants and stores. USDAinspected processing facility located in Sullivan County. Distributed by Nat Kagan meat & poultry, serving the Mid-Hudson region for over fifty years.
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Hurds Family Farm
Susan Hurd 2187 State Route 32 Modena, NY 12548 (845) 883-7825 firstname.lastname@example.org Harvest fun & memories! Family-friendly/ group tour destination. Open daily 9 am - 5 pm, September 1 - October 31. Hayrides, corn mazes, many delightful activities for children, pick-your-own berries, pumpkins, apples, tomatoes & more! NEW group campfire sites & Eco-trail! Historic barn selling local food & gifts. Cider/donuts. Open daily Aug. 25-Oct. 31. Christmas Trees. Weekends. Nov. 23-Dec. 16. www.hurdsfamilyfarm.com
Ideuma Creek Alpacas
John & Denise Jacobus 321 Ideuma Road Unadilla, NY 13849 (607) 563-9174 email@example.com Ideuma Creek Alpacas is one of the area's oldest and largest alpaca farms. We offer investment-quality breeding stock from the best full Peruvian and Accoyo bloodlines in the country. Please visit us. Meet our herd, stroll through our gardens, shop at our farm store and learn more about this wonderful livestock investment opportunity.
Java Love Coffee Roasting Co.
Jodie Dawson 10 Horseshoe Lake Road
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PO Box 255 Kauneonga Lake, NY 12749 (845) 707-2589 firstname.lastname@example.org Java Love Coffee Roasting Co., a local, artisan coffee roasting company, is committed to organic, fair trade, naturally farmed and Rainforest Alliance, specialty coffees from around the world. Java Love is environmentally friendly and composts 95% of its waste. Stop by the Kauneonga Lake store to buy coffee by the pound or a cup of hot love, buy online, or inquire about our wholesale program.
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John Verhoeven 2708 Route 23C East Jewett, NY 12424 (518) 589-5301 email@example.com We are a Black Angus beef operation selling feeder calves and finished beef. Our beef herd is grass fed and grain finished. Cuts are available for sale at the farm. We freeze and cryovac the cuts for freshness.
Justus Asthalter Maple Syrup Dawn Boyes 865 Aden Road Parksville, NY 12768 (845) 292-8569 firstname.lastname@example.org A fourth-generation, family-run, maple sugaring operation. Pure NY maple syrup and other products. We are the only equipment dealer in Sullivan County for those interested in making maple products themselves or wanting to see the process.
Karin Ursula Landscapes
Karin Ursula Edmondson PO Box 46 West Kill, NY 12492 (917) 974-9883 Karin@KULandscapes.com Since 2007, I design, build and maintain beautiful, holistic landscapes for discerning residential commercial and non-profit clients in the Hudson Valley/ Catskill Mountains. Recognizing that plants are conscious living beings, I adhere to organic gardening practices to create landscapes that are natural healthy (and sometimes edible!) and emphasize
Keep It Green Acres Tara & John Collins 2617 Catskill Turnpike Meredith, NY 13753 (607) 643-5148 TaraJohn119@delhitel.net Farm-fresh eggs and cooking herbs. Call for availability.
Marty & Thelma Kiernan 1308 Bruynswick Road Gardiner, NY 12525 (845) 255-5995 email@example.com Kiernan Farm offers all cuts of beef. You may purchase any amount from one pound to hundreds of pounds. We take orders by phone or e-mail and they can be picked up at our farm. We use no steroids or antibiotics in our daily program. Our beef, predominantly Angus-Hereford crosses, are finished only on green pastures of mixed grasses on the picturesque Gardiner beef belt of the Shawangunk Valley in southern Ulster County, New York. Our products are also available at farmers' markets listed on our website. www.kiernanfarm.com
La Basse Cour Farm Store and Bed & Breakfast Diane Frances & Larry Hepner 3228 Gunhouse Hill Road South Kortright, NY 13842 (607) 538-9707 firstname.lastname@example.org La Basse Cour is a small family farm in balance with nature. Our rich soil grows nutritious fruits and vegetables and nurtures pasture for our livestock and habitat for wildlife. Stay in our lovingly restored Greek Revival farmhouse year 'round, explore the farmstead and enjoy delicious homemade breakfasts. Our on-farm store offers our eggs, produce, baked goods and jams, and local cheese, honey, maple syrup and artisan crafts. www.la-basse-cour.com
Greenane Farms 5637 Turnpike Road Delhi, NY 13753 Patrick & Thanya Rider
Retailers & Restaurants Greenane Farms is your source for All-Natural Angus Beef Strawberries â€“ Raspberries Jams, Jellies Authentic Mexican Salsas Your farm direct source in the Catskills. Our year-round availability of Angus Beef and extended growing seasons are perfect for retail venues and restaurants who need consistent supply. Buy-Local / Buy-Direct from our family farm www.greenanefarms.com www.buypurecatskills.com 19
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Lazy Crazy Acres Jake and Karen Fairbairn 59 Rider Hollow Road Arkville, NY 12406 (845) 802-4098 info@LazyCrazyAcres.com We are a small family farm and microcreamery located in the beautiful Catskill Mountains. Our farmstead gelato starts with blades of grass grazed by our cows. We take their warm, fresh milk and add delicious ingredients from other local farms and artisans to create a simple, natural "cow to cone" gelato. We farm. We craft. You enjoy. Farm Market Scoops, Gelato Pints & Milk: Kingston, Woodstock, Pakatakan and New Paltz. Find us on facebook for retail locations.
Liddle Farm Inc.
Richard & Jenny Liddle Bragg Hollow Road Box 128 Halcottsville, NY 12438 (607) 326-4253 email@example.com On the verdant slopes of the Catskill Mountains, we produce 100% grass-fed, grass-finished, hormone-and antibioticfree, delicious lean beef. Our beef is aged to perfection to insure great flavor and tenderness. Available by the piece, half or whole, Liddle Farm beef is USDA inspected. Call for details.
Lilac Hill Farm
Cathy McNulty 464 Vandervort Hill Road Unadilla, NY 13849 (607) 369-5504 firstname.lastname@example.org We raise fine wool sheep, Finn Ramboulet Corriedale crosses in three natural colors gray, brown and cream and sell yarn, socks, woven blankets and handmade toys and apparel.
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Lucky Dog Farm
35796 State Highway 10 Hamden, NY 13782 (607) 746-9898 Lucky Dog Farm Store is a Delaware County destination loved for its circa 1870 general store ambiance, great local food, cozy cafĂŠ and seasonal organic produce grown on our farm. We also offer bulk foods, cheeses, local meats, baked goods, collectibles, vintage clothing and more.
Lenny Bee's Smoked Fish and Honey Leonardo Busciglio 403 Wittenberg Road Bearsville, NY 12409 (845) 679-4514 Try some old-fashioned, hot-smoked, honey-cured trout, salmon, and shrimp from Lenny Busciglio's Catskill Mountain apiary and smokehouse. We use only traditional, tasty, hot-smoking techniques familiar to generations of Catskill Mountain families. There are no stabilizers, preservatives, or chemical smoke flavorings. Also tastes delicious with our honey mustard. 20 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Main Street Farm and Cafe
49 Main Street Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439-4309 email@example.com Serving the Western Catskills, Main Street Farm market and cafe, features the best local seasonal organic produce, dairy, eggs, American farmstead cheese, fresh baked goods, meadow-raised meats, free-range poultry, general grocery, and flowers. Our cafe serves locally roasted organic and fair trade coffee and tea. Enjoy our creative farm fresh breakfast and lunch menu. Sandwiches, salads, soups are prepared daily with local seasonal ingredients. We bake our fresh breads on site. Come visit us in the
beautiful and quaint town of Livingston Manor, New York. You'll be delighted and amazed at our offerings. We look forward to serving you soon. www.mainstreetfarm.com
Sara and Brett Budde 134 Majestic Road Mountaindale, NY 12763 (917) 566-6120 firstname.lastname@example.org Majestic is a small family run farm operated by Sara and Brett Budde and Michelle Lipari. We produce pasture raised poultry and eggs, hogs and lambs. We specialize in Heritage breed animals including Kathadin and Dorper lambs and English Large Black pigs. Our products are sold on the farm, at Farmers' Markets, and by mail order. We offer cuts and also have available whole and half animals. www.majesticfarmny.com
Masonville General Store & Crescent Wrench Cafe
Kendall Craig 2095 State Highway 206 Masonville, NY 13804 (607) 265-3808 email@example.com The Masonville General Store strives to weave community, environment, and ingenuity together in an ethical and conscious manner. We are thrilled to offer a fantastic and diverse selection of local and regional products that exemplify quality, health, and sustainability. All shopping choices have an impact. We champion Conscious Consumerism.
Maple Hill Farm
Caroline Foote 107 C. Crapser Road Cobleskill, NY 12043 (518) 234-4858 MHFARMVCRB@wildblue.net Fifth generation producers of pure New York maple syrup and maple products. All available at the country store located at the farm. Also available: local gourmet foods, artistic creations and gift sets. The Sap House is beside the country store making tours an easy, informative, educational opportunity for all. Open year round, Friday 12 pm-7 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm - Daily during Maple Season and Thanksgiving through Christmas. www.maplehillfarms.biz
FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Maple Shade Farm
Jay and Abby Wilson & Family 2066 County Highway 18 Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-8866 firstname.lastname@example.org Historic Maple Shade Farm in Delhi, NY offers country fun for everyone. Farm market open from early July through December. Local produce, meat, cheese, apples, cider, syrup, antiques, gifts and more. Pick-your-own pumpkins, a corn maze, wagon rides, and farm animals September through October. Holiday trees and wreaths in December. Activities and educational farming fun indoors and out. Food and baked goods available. Come enjoy the stonewalls, streams, and scenic views on our 200-acre farm. Check out our website and Facebook page for special events and details. www.mapleshadefarmny.com
Maple Shade Farm Market at Margaretville
Jay & Abby Wilson and Family 213 Fair Street (on the corner of Route 28 & 30) Margaretville, NY 12455 (607) 435-5382 email@example.com Maple Shade Farm comes to town. Farm market open from early April through December. Local produce, meat, cheese, baked goods, apples, cider, syrup, honey, gifts, antiques and more. Holiday trees, wreaths, and gift baskets in December. Check our website and Facebook Page for special events and market details. www.mapleshadefarmny.com
Meridale Farm Store
Patrick & Thanya Rider 196 County Road 10 (500 ft from corner of State Route 28) Meridale, NY 13806 firstname.lastname@example.org Enjoy a wide selection of locally produced farm products and gifts at the Meridale Farm Store. U-pick strawberries, raspberries, blackberries & pumpkins in season. Greenane All-Natural Angus Beef, chicken & eggs year round. Hay rides, fishing for the kids, and picnics for the whole family. Also at the same location visit the Greenane Garden Center which offers a large selection of flowers, herbs, and garden vegetables. We have something for everyone.
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Beaverkill valley inn Lew Beach, NY Historic 19 room Country Inn with dining focused on fresh locally sourced ingredients, and a carefully selected range of wines and craft beers. Offering 2 outdoor tennis courts, one mile of private fishing on the fabled Beaverkill River, a casting pond and endless hiking, biking and cross country ski trails. A clubhouse featuring an indoor heated swimming pool, indoor basketball court, childrenâ€™s playroom, fitness center, self-serve ice cream bar, and a game room available for guest use.
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Harpersfield Cheese, Brovetto's Dairy Farm Experience cheese made the old world way. â€”Ron and Corinne Brovetto
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FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Mother Earth's Store House
440 Kings Mall Court, Route 9W Kingston, NY 12401 (845) 336-5541 Hudson Valley's Organic Grocer Saugerties: 246-9614, Kingston: 336-5541, Poughkeepsie: 296-1069. Locally owned health food and vitamin supplements stores in Hudson Valley. Featuring allnatural and organic food, cheeses, dairy products, bulk raw and dry goods, locallygrown produce and food products, deli, meats, and pet food. www.motherearthstorehouse.com
Mountain Dell Farm
Lisa Wujnovich & Mark Dunau 2386 Roods Creek Road Hancock, NY 13783 (607) 467-4034 email@example.com Direct sales from the farm, CSA pickups at the farm, delivery to restaurants from telephone orders. Specializing in organically grown cooking and salad greens, also many roots and herbs. Signatory of The Farmer's Pledge. Open to the public Thursday afternoons midJune through Thanksgiving.
Mr. Apples Low-Spray Orchard
Phillip Apple 25 Orchard Street High Falls, NY 12440 (845) 687-0005 firstname.lastname@example.org Pick-your-own, organic-style apples at Mr. Apples. We cannot totally eliminate spraying but use only a minimal amount of chemicals. Our apples really have Nature's flavor, nothing artificial! Enjoy our friendly, family farm in scenic High Falls. Macs start early September, so don't wait! Open every day. All are welcome!
Conor Crickmore 1150 Hunter Road Claryville, NY 12725 (845) 985-2519 email@example.com Neversink Farm is a small certified organic farm which practices sustainable human scale agriculture. We farm without tractors. Our focus is on premium quality vegetables which we produce year round. We also produce cut flowers, honey, eggs, and pork. Our fully stocked farm
store is open Tuesday through Sunday, May through September. www.neversinkfarm.com
New Amsterdam Market South Street (between Beekman Street & Peck Slip) New York, NY 10038 (212) 766-8688 firstname.lastname@example.org New Amsterdam Market is a weekly Sunday outdoor market. Our 2012 season is from April 29 - December 23. The Market is located at the Old Fulton Fish Market in lower Manhattan on South Street between Beekman Street and Peck Slip. Open Sundays from 11am - 4 pm. Over 40 regional food vendors each week.
Painted Goat Farm Ilyssa Berg and Javier Flores 371 Mittedorf Road Garrattsville, NY 13342 (607) 321-3191 email@example.com We are a forage-based goat dairy producing artisanal cheeses. We do everything on-site: from milk to cheese to aging. Natural, healthy, rich, tangy, creamy, earthy, milky, fudgey, nutty... fresh and cave-aged. Available locally at the Cooperstown Farmers' Market, Cooperstown Natural Foods, Oneonta Green Earth, Good Cheap Food, Lucky Dog Farm, Last Chance Cheese, and Annutto's Farm Stand. www.paintedgoat.com
Peck and Potter Farm 1056 Peck Street Jefferson, NY 12093 (607) 652-2107 firstname.lastname@example.org Peck and Potter Farm is a small farm tucked into a corner of Mount Jefferson. We grow greens and assorted heirloom vegetables in naturally maintained soil. Our free-range chickens patrol the flower garden and produce delicious brown eggs. Baked goods, made with local dairy and fruit products, are available on request.
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Pepacton Natural Foods
Laurie Spaeth 57 Stewart Avenue (Main Street) Roscoe, NY 12776 (607) 498-9909 email@example.com A locally-owned and independent, complete natural, organic and gourmet grocery. Delicious products from around the world and around the corner, including local: fresh produce, vegetable seedlings, dairy, eggs, maple syrup, honey, locally-crafted pottery, baked goods and herbal skin care products. We ship! Exquisitely fresh seafood on Fridays - call ahead! www.pepactonnaturalfoods.com
(800) 713-2238 All natural foods with an old world quality. Quiches, vegetable tarts, soups, gratins, tapenades and pestos. Catering available. No hydrogenated oils, no preservatives, free range eggs, nitrate and nitrate-free meats. Sold in select farmersâ€™ markets and gourmet stores. www.pikasquiche.com
Catharina Kessler 2714 Houghtaling Hollow Road East Meredith, NY 13757 (607) 436-9095 Grassfed beef (whole or half). Grassfed lamb (90-100lbs.) Hand-knit Swedish-style wool hats and mittens from my own farm. www.buypurecatskills.com 23
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At Heather Ridge Farm, weâ€™re a farm, a Farm Store and the Bees Knees Cafe! Deliciously fresh lunch on Saturdays. Brunch/lunch buffet Sundays. Picnic tables with views or seating in the newly solar-powered 1820s farmhouse. Reservations recommended. Our Farm Store features our own grassfed beef, lamb, goat, and pastured pork, chicken, turkey and eggs. Honey, beeswax candles, maple syrup, yarn, sheepskins, socks, and local cheeses.
Memorial Day-Columbus Day Weekend Saturday & Sunday 11am-3pm Open Saturdays year-round. Farm tours. Meat & poultry CSA. On/off farm catering. Online mail order.
HEATHER RIDGE FARM
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989 Broome Center Road Preston Hollow, NY 12469 518-239-6234 www.heather-ridge-farm.com
The Deysenroth Family 7531 County Hwy. 18 Bloomville, NY 13739 607-538-9796
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FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Prospect Hill Orchards
Judy & Steven Clarke 40 Clark's Lane Milton, NY 12547 (845) 795-2383 firstname.lastname@example.org Family-run farm featuring high-quality fruits is season. U-pick weekends only, 9 am-4 pm. Pick sweet and sour cherries from mid-June to about July 10th. Peaches and nectarines available August weekends. Tree-ripened apples, Bosc pears, and pumpkins ready midSeptember to mid-October. A minimarket features fresh cider, jams, apple cider donuts, pies and cookies, hot spiced cider and coffee. Check website for current picking dates.
Evelyn Stewart 834 Crescent Valley Road Bovina, NY 13740 (607) 832-4311 email@example.com R&R Farm is a 300+ acre working dairy in the beautiful Crescent Valley of Bovina. We produce pastured chickens, milk-fed veal, beef and eggs.
Region General Store
Bryce Boyd 3344 Route 97 Barryville, NY 12719 (845) 557-5000 firstname.lastname@example.org Region General Store is a gift, gourmet food, and home accessories store that is focused on locally and regionally sourced products www.regiongeneralstore.com
Scott & Eleanor Jensen 13075 County Highway 18 Hobart, NY 13788 (607) 538-1371 email@example.com The Rich Family Farm; for over 100 years and five generations, we offer fresh brown eggs from cage-free, roaming hens. Our restored farmhouse is available as a vacation rental. Located along the beautiful back river road and the Catskill Scenic Trail, with eggs available yearround and vegetables (no chemicals) in-season.
Rivendell Pottery at Pepacton Natural Foods
57 Stewart Avenue Roscoe, NY 12776 (607) 498-9909 Studio & gallery offering functional stoneware pottery made on premises for gifts, kitchen and the table. Lessons.
Riverdale Farm and Forest
Willard, Ronald & Gideon Frisbee 48018 State Highway 10 Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-3668 firstname.lastname@example.org Riverdale Farm and Forest is operated by three generations of the Frisbee family. We specialize in producing pure maple syrup, grass-fed beef, fresh brown eggs, and pastured pork. Call or stop by the farm, located four miles east of Delhi.
Rockwell Mountain Farm
Colleen and Patrick Rockwell 564 Moxley Street Jefferson, NY 12093 (607) 652-9703 (607) 435-9884 email@example.com Where we bring you "a little taste of home." Our family farm offers naturally raised dexter cattle, poultry, eggs, homemade jams/jellies and artisan breads. www.rockwellmountainfarm.com
Root 'N Roost Farm
Sean Zigmund 64 Mineral Springs Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 292-9126 firstname.lastname@example.org A diversified, small-scale, permaculture based farming operation. We produce vegetables, fruit, herbs, flowers, poultry, ducks, eggs, all sold through our CSA and at our on-site farmstand.
Michele Armour and Rob Bruce 540 County Route 164 Callicoon, NY 12723 (845) 887-6801 email@example.com Rosehaven Alpacas based in Callicoon, NY across from the Villa Roma Country Club. We specialize in Huacaya alpacas for everyone from farm startups to pet quality. We have champion herdsires. We are striving for locally made, as well as Made in America products from the
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exquisitely fine fiber of our alpacas. www.rosehavenalpacas.com
Roxbury Mountain Maple David Holscher 750 Roxbury Mountain Road Hobart, NY 13788 (607) 538-1500 firstname.lastname@example.org A family business, Roxbury Mountain Maple is now in its first year of operation. Along with his wife, eight children, friends and neighbors, owner Dave Holscher boils the sap from over 90 acres of sugar maples on his Hobart, NY farm in a brand new state-of-the-art sugar house. www.roxburymountainmaple.com
RSK Farm Robert Kiley 13255 Route 23A Prattsville, NY 12468 (518) 299-3198 email@example.com Farm stand open mid July-November 30th. Growing summer and fall vegetables, sweet corn, tomatoes, mixed lettuce, cucumbers, peppers, eggplant, melons, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussel sprouts, zucchini, heirloom potatoes (red norlands, carolas, fingerlings, Adirondak Blues), winter squashes, pumpkins, apples, gourds, Indian corn, corn stalks, beautiful mums. Local fruits, honey and maple syrup. www.buypurecatskills.com 25
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Rusty Plough Farm
Second Chance Farm
Scott and Vicki Merrill 51 W. Platner Brook Road Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-6398 firstname.lastname@example.org Second Chance Farm believes that high quality care for our poultry produces the high quality eggs and meat we look to provide to you. Our free-range hens have a natural diet of grass, insects, high quality grain and oyster shells.
JoAnn Baker 16869 State Highway 8 Masonville, NY 13804 (607) 265-3403 email@example.com Farm raised eggs, poultry (chickens, ducks, guinea fowl, turkeys) and rabbits. Processing available.
Oleh & Nadia Maczaj 331 Dowe Road Ellenville, NY 12428 (845) 647-6911 firstname.lastname@example.org Small, family-run farm; NOFA-NY certified organic LLC; vegetables, country bouquets, wild blueberries, seedlings, honey; tasty greens all season long; the best green and yellow beans; fresh eggs from outdoor hens; Kingston and Suffern Farmers' Markets (Saturdays); Ellenville Sundays; CSA with choice through Roundout Valley organics.
The Hill Family 310 Shaver Road Harpersfield, NY 13786 (607) 652-6792 email@example.com Maple syrup and a wide variety of other maple products including cream, sugar, granulated, tea, lollipops, jelly, maple coated peanuts, popcorn, maple mustard and toppings. Visit our country gift shop open year round. Tours given and group tours are welcome.
Sap Bush Hollow Farm
Shea Farms Store
Adele Hayes 1314 West Fulton Road (Co. Route 4) Warnerville, NY 12187 (518) 234-2105 firstname.lastname@example.org Our beef and lamb are 100% grass-fed, and all of our animals are pasture-raised with no antibiotics or hormones. We hand-cut our superb beef, lamb, pork and poultry right here on the farm and we make our own line of 14 amazing sausage varieties.
The Shea Family 452 Shea Road Long Eddy, NY 12760 (845) 887-6546 email@example.com America's oldest business is family farming. One family, many products. Home of the 100% grass-fed beef & lamb (whole, half, or cuts). Pastured poultry, eggs, pastured pork (whole, half, cuts, or BBQ piglets). Maple syrup, honey, and beeswax candles. Waste Not Want Not natural homemade soap. Natural washed & unwashed wool.
Sara's Sugar Shack
John & Sara Diehl 34 Hubbard Road Callicoon, NY 12723 (845) 887-5308 firstname.lastname@example.org Pure New York maple syrup and maple cream.
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The Sheep's Nest
Kimberly Whritner 45 Main Street Hobart, NY 13788 (607) 214-0050 email@example.com An English cottage designed and built by us after an inspiring trip to
England. Inside you will find wonderful embellishments for your home. Custom Kitchen cabinetry, concept wine cellar, handmade and vintage items, cheese, bread, and jam as well as wool products from our Shetland sheep are just a few of the things you will find here. www.thesheepsnest.com
Sheepy Valley Farm Kate Henderson 191 County Route 360 Medusa, NY 12120 (518) 239-6238 firstname.lastname@example.org A small family farm located in the Catskills since 1979 raising heritage breed Horn Dorset and Icelandic/ Romney sheep. We also keep honey bees and free-range chickens. Our products include farm-raised lamb meat, breeding stock, wool yarn, wool blankets, sheepskins, honey, beeswax candles and cage-free chicken eggs. www.sheepyvalley.com
Sherman Hill Farmstead Linda Smith and Morgan George 9626 County Highway 21 Franklin, NY 13775 (607) 829-8852 email@example.com We are a family owned, sustainable farm producing goat's milk cheeses since 1993. In the fall of 2010 we added cow's milk cheeses- both fresh and aged including several raw milk varieties. Find our cheeses at area farmers' markets, local stores, or at the farm. Visit us at Sherman Hill Farmstead Facebook page.
Silver Heights Farm Trina Pilonero 7381 Route 52 PO Box 48 Cocheton Center, NY 12727 (845) 482-3608 firstname.lastname@example.org Specializes in heirloom and openpollinated and unusual vegetable transplants, herbs and flower transplants suited for the Catskills. Certified organic. Over 300 varieties of tomatoes. Open Thursday - Saturday, 10 am - 4 pm; by chance Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 am 3 pm. Closed Sundays. www.silverheightsfarm.com
STONE TAVERN FARM
1 STOP FUN! ZIPLINE • ATV’S • PAINTBALL • HORSES DESTINATION WEDDINGS 2080 Upper Meeker Hollow Rd, Roxbury, NY (607) 326-3600 www.stonetavernfarm.com
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Masonville, NY 13804 (607) 865-5032 email@example.com A small family farm situated on busy State Highway 206 (near B.O.C.E.S.). We feature black Angus beef for your freezer or stock, grass-fed and corn finished. Kid goats for meat, piglets and free-range brown eggs. All animals are naturally raised, hormone and antibiotic free. Call or stop by, visitors welcome.
Marc & Susan Jaffe 218 Knickerbocker Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (845) 439-5561 Family-run farm specializing in pastured poultry, pastured pigs, beef, goat, and more. Visits and sales off the farm welcome, but call first.
Slickepott Fudge Sauce
Ian Lamont 1100 Rosa Circle Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 437-9916 firstname.lastname@example.org Slickepott: funny Swedish name, serious chocolate fudge sauce. This velvety ganache is made from all-natural ingredients and over fifty years of family tradition. Cooked in small, hand-made batches; Slickepott Fudge Sauce contains NYS cream and butter and no corn syrup, preservatives, or fillers. The perfect gift or personal indulgence!
Sharon Soons 23 Soons Circle New Hampton, NY 10958 (845) 374-5471 email@example.com Apple picking & more! Homegrown apples, peaches, nectarines, vegetables, pumpkins, and sweet corn. Sample our peanut butter, applesauce, and apple cider. Famous apple cider donuts and pies from scratch. Monthly farm dinner. kid friendly U-Pick apple orchard open weekends Labor Day - Oct; U-Pick pumpkins too! Visit us and taste the difference.
Ken and Linda Jaffe 2227 Turnpike Road East Meredith, NY 13753 (607) 746-6303 firstname.lastname@example.org We produce grass-fed, grass-finished beef. Our beef is served at restaurants in NYC and regionally. We delivery weekly, all year round. Our cattle eat only pasture grasses, water and minerals, are hormone and antibiotic free, never see a feedlot, and are federally inspected. We can deliver in bulk to NYC to wholesale customers or individuals, or in smaller amounts locally. And if you call first, our beef is available retail from the farm.
Dominic and Jeanette Siniscalchi 6900 State Highway 206
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Spring Lake Farm
Ingimundur Kjarval & Temma Bell email@example.com 332 Hayes Road Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-2471 firstname.lastname@example.org Spring Lake Farm specializes in pastured pork and 100% grass-fed beef & lamb, which are raised and finished on grasses from our farm. Our meat is free of antibiotics or added hormones. We invite you to taste the difference. We offer delivery of frozen meats locally and to NYC.
Stone & Thistle Farm
Tom & Denise Warren 1211 Kelso Road East Meredith, NY 13757
(607) 278-5800 email@example.com Small family farm located in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains, raising grassfed meats, including beef, pork, lamb, goat, rabbit and poultry. Farm store open 7 days. Farm programs. Kortright Creek Creamery on the farm, produces organic, grass-fed, raw and pasteurized goat milk, yogurt and cheese, Fable = farm + table dining open select Saturdays for dinner and Sundays for farm tour and brunch, by reservation only. www.stoneandthistlefarm.com
Stone Tavern Farm
John Burrows 2080 Upper Meeker Hollow Road Roxbury, NY 12474 (607) 326-3600 firstname.lastname@example.org Stone Tavern Farm is a complete agritourism experience. We are a historic 200 year old B+B. Our activities include horseback riding, ATV tours, Zipline, Paintball and weekend destination weddings.
Pete & Deborah Kavakos 359 Ross Ruland Road South Cairo, NY 12482 (518) 622-3003 email@example.com Stoneledge farm is a certified organic vegetable farm. We offer CSA shares in Greene County, the Hudson Valley region, metropolitan New York City and Connecticut. www.stoneledgefarmny.org
Sugar Blossom Flowers
Ann Manby Roscoe, NY 12776 (917) 697-5504 firstname.lastname@example.org Sugar Blossom Flowers creates fresh flower arrangements for holidays, events and special occasions. Featuring locally-grown flowers in season, and domestically and naturally-grown flowers all year. Our summer flower share offers weekly bouquets of the freshest, most beautiful flowers in bloom from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Several pick-up locations available.
Own a store? Giving gifts? Call (607) 437-9916 for more information about quantity pricing!
ON KIERNAN FARM This
better for cattle, better for you 1308 Bruynswick Rd, Gardiner, NY (845) 255-5995 www.kiernanfarm.com email@example.com
ganache is made from ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS and over
years of family tradition. Cooked in small, HAND-MADE batches by Ian
Lamont; Slickepott Fudge Sauce contains NO corn syrup, preservatives, or fillers. The PERFECT hostess gift, party favor, or personal indulgence! Visit us online at W W W. SLICKEPOTT. COM or www.FACEBOOK.COM/FUDGESAUCE
Justus Asthalter Maple Syrup Making Pure New York Maple Syrup in the Catskill Mountains for 4 Generations Voted #1 Maple Syrup by the River Reporter 2011 The Boyes Family 865 Aden Road, Parksville, NY 845-292-8569
Painted Goat Farm In fall 2006, we began with a tent and a chainsaw on a hundred acres just north of the Catskills. Twenty pregnant goats soon followed. We merged our two worlds as a farmer and ethnobotanist along with our mutual passion for the environment. We find endless pleasure and challenge in raising dairy goats and creating cheese from the milk. Mostly influenced by French goat cheeses, our array of sumptuous cheese is uniquely born in our hills. â€”Ilyssa Berg and Javier Flores
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FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Sugar Brook Maple Farm
John Broekema 351 Samsonville Road Kerhonkson, NY 12446 (845) 626-3466 firstname.lastname@example.org Come and discover the art of making maple syrup at our Sugar House. Conveniently located in the Rondout Valley. 2 hours from NYC. Open retail and wholesale , year round. Extended hours in December for gifts and handmade wreaths. We've made sweet success one drop at a time for over 15 years, so visit us and bring home a taste of the Catskills.
Sugar Ridge Farm
Tina Shields 104 Parker Road New Lisbon, NY 13415 (607) 263-5203 email@example.com Sugar Ridge Farm is 112 acres in Otsego County, not far from Oneonta and Cooperstown. We raise heifers and sell hay, sweet corn, and vegetables. We will be attending the Morris Farmers' Market on Thursdays and will have a self-serve stand at the farm this summer.
Summers End Orchard
Joanne Sharkey 198 Wilber Hill Road Unadilla, NY 13849 firstname.lastname@example.org Summers End Orchard produces wonderful jams, marmalades, jellies, herbs, garlic and dried chilies. Our gourmet vegetables are grown without pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, in Butternut Valley, New York. Visit us at the Cooperstown Farmers' Markets and, harvest and holiday events. View event listings on our website. www.summersendorchard.com
Sunflower Farm of Bovina
Evelyn Stewart 834 Crescent Valley Road Bovina, NY 13740 (607) 832-4418 email@example.com Sunflower Farm of Bovina is located in the beautiful Crescent Valley on our 300+ acre dairy farm. We offer downon-the-farm activities for everyone with our u-pick pumpkins, corn maze, farm animals and hayrides to a historic one room school house. Have a party at one of our campfire sites year round.
Fall season September 4th - November. Come into our valley, you will be glad you did! www.sunflowerfarmofbovina.com
Sunny Acres Farm
Jim and Debbie Taylor 433 Flats Road Athens, NY 12015 (518) 945-2745 firstname.lastname@example.org A six-generation family farm, established in 1897, located in New York's scenic Hudson Valley. We are raising our herd of meat goats on a pasture-based management system, hormone-free, and naturally raised. Meat goats available; Kiko breeding stock occasionally. Call or visit our website for availability. www.sunnyacresgoats.com
Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Studio
Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes 424 Carr George Road Denver, NY 12421 (607) 326-7662 email@example.com BRING HOME THE COLORS OF THE CATSKILLS™ My hand dyed and spun yarns of Shetland Wool, Alpaca, and Angora Rabbit are available for sale for knitting and crocheting projects (Ask about my WEEKEND CRAFT KITS). These yarns are used in my handmade shawls, lap blankets, scarves, pillows; other unique home accessories are 100% cotton placemats and tablerunners for every day, holidays, and wedding gifts.
Nini Ordoubadi 131 Main Street Andes, NY 13721 (845) 676-4997 firstname.lastname@example.org A combination teashop, tea bar and design store Tay Home is located in the heart of Andes, NY. We invite you to visit us, have a cup of Nini's handblended teas, enjoy a light organic lunch and shop in a delightful atmosphere of beauty and international style. Our new store features unique home, table top and garden accents as well as our ever popular gift items, both local and global. A true feast for the senses, Tay Home is a design resource destination– come join the fun! Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday from 10 am- 6 pm.
Pasture raised animals on a family run farm. Livingston Manor, NY (845) 439-5561 All of the Good, None of the Bad.
Weinland Farms Homeraised Hereford Beef All Natural No Antibiotics No Hormones All Cuts Available Ready for your freezer
Hobart, NY (607) 538-9733
Rockwell Mountain Farm Bringing you “a little taste of home” Our family farm offers naturally raised dexter cattle, poultry, eggs, home-made jams/jellies and artisan breads. Visit us at:
564 Moxley street, Jefferson, NY Or contact us to place an order: 607-652-9703 or 607-435-9884 email@example.com Soon you can visit us on the web: rockwellmountainfarm.com
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8373 State Route 28 ~ Big Indian, NY
8373 StateRoute Route 28 28 ~~Big NYNY 8373 State BigIndian, Indian, 845.254.6500 845.254.6500
845.254.6500 www.peekamooserestaurant.com www.peekamooserestaurant.com
OUTLINES Vegan Friendly
We love you, farmers!
No Detectable Sulﬁtes
Woodstock Winery lets nature do the work. Our simple, natural ingredients are grapes, yeast and oxygen, clariﬁed with cold temperature. Winemaster, Leonardo Busciglio (aka Lenny Bee) tells it like it is. “The wine is delicious, the buzz is refreshing, I sleep well, and in the morning arise with a smile”
403 Wittenberg Road
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Woodstock, New York
O c tO b e r 6 & 7 â€˘ r a i n O r S h i n e Fire w ork s on S a turd ay Nig h t!
To become a vendor, sponsor, or volunteer, please check out our website.
Bethel Creamery Our approach to agriculture has always been to work with the natural system without disrupting it. Our milk is simply bottled, with nothing added and nothing removed. We keep our milk as true to its beginning as possible: whole, Kosher nonhomogenized, and organic. â€”Bob Franklin
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FARMS & RETAIL MEMBERS Terrace Mountain Orchard
Terrace Mountain Road Schoharie, NY 12157 (518) 295-8212 Sixteen varieties of fine healthy apples. Pick-your-own or already picked. Wholesale and retail. Cider donuts, coffee, cider, pies and other good stuff. Open 7 days a week September through November. Mon - Fri 10 am-5 pm. From Route 30 South take a right on Bridge Street.
Thick and Thin Lumber
Wayne Stewart 757 Crescent Valley Road Bovina, NY 13740 (607) 832-4362 Thick and Thin Lumber located in the Crescent Valley of Bovina does custom sawing on my portable sawmill at my farm or your property. Demonstrations and price list available.
Paula Allen 11846 County Highway 27 Sidney Center, NY 13839 (607) 369-4021 firstname.lastname@example.org Thornwood Farm is a small family-run farm that offers all natural, pasture-raised eggs, chicken, pork, beef and turkeys for Thanksgiving. All animals are raised antibiotic and hormone free. Our products are available through on-farm sales and at the following Westchester County Farmers' Markets: Larchmont and Pleasantville. Winter meat CSA available in Westchester County.
Thunder View Farms
The Coombe Family 407 South Hill Road Grahamsville, NY 12740 (845) 985-2189 email@example.com Thunder View Farms is a beef and crop farm owned and operated by the Coombe family for 53 years! Our purebred Black Angus cattle are raised on our hilltop grass and then finished with corn. Our beef is delicious and all-natural, contains no hormones, antibiotics or other additives, and is available for your home freezer. Available at the farm. Quality beef nurtured by our family for yours.
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in our converted 1800’s artist designed & furnished Carriage House. And for the budget minded, a space in our former milk house turned Hostel is also available to rent, or choose “luxury” camping on the farm. We also offer a variety of healthy plant-based cooking classes & retreats for individuals interested in learning easy & simple ways to incorporate more whole, plant based & wild foods into their diet. Our gallery/ shop is located on the premises and filled with an eclectic selection of handcrafted furniture, jewelry, art, wood products, and collectibles, as well as local products such as raw honey, beeswax candles & soaps organic eggs & produce is also available at our farmstand.
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Daniel and Helen Flaherty 4777 East River Road Walton, NY 13856 (607) 865-8414 firstname.lastname@example.org Meadow-raised lamb; free-range pork and eggs; pure virgin wool blankets and socks available at Good Cheap Food in Delhi and Lucky Dog Farm Store in Hamden.
Tonjes Farm Dairy
Tim Tonjes 188 Tonjes Road Callicoon, NY 12723 (845) 482-5971 email@example.com Tonjes Farm has been producing quality milk for 60 years. In 2003, we began transforming that great tasting milk into great tasting cheese! Whole, non-homogenized milk, fresh products including greek yogurt and five aged raw milk cheeses, including a creamy blue! Find us at Sullivan County markets and retail stores, Union Square.
Michelle Premura 8052 County Highway 18 (Back River Road) Bloomville, NY 13739 (607) 538-1235 firstname.lastname@example.org Turquoise Barn is a Green Certified, Bed & Breakfast/Retreat located in the Catskills on an organic farm, specializing in organic plant-based, whole food cuisine. Guests can spend the weekend 36 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Cheese makes people happy! —Mary and Tim Tonjes
Vita's Farm and Garden Market 4789 State Route 52 Jeffersonville, NY 12748 (845) 482-5776 email@example.com Vegetable and bedding plants, hanging baskets, potted plants and perennials. Soils, mulch and other gardening materials. In-season local produce, baked goods, candy bouquets, local syrup, cider and honey, unique crafts and gift items plus flea market finds.
Vly Creek Maple Farm Ronald Morse 2470 County Highway 37 Fleischmanns, NY 12430 (845) 254-4283 firstname.lastname@example.org Pure maple syrup, maple cream and maple candy, and granulated sugar. Visit our roadside stand and sap house open most days all year. Maple open house in March.
Webcrest Farm Ed & Donna Weber 648 Weber Road Bovina Center, NY 13740 (607) 832-4211 email@example.com Webcrest Farm is a 438-acre farm that raises dairy and Belgian Blue, Angus & Hereford beef cattle. Call or email for availability.
Linda Weinmann 143 Townbrook Road Hobart, NY 13788 (607) 538-9733 firstname.lastname@example.org Hereford beef- family owned farm. Our animals graze on lush green pastures through out summer and winter on hay from our hay fields. Selling 1/4s, 1/2s, and whole animals. Also individual cuts available.
Sue Smith 165 Sohne Road Mt. Vision, NY 13810 (607) 293-8810 email@example.com Welcome Acres is a family farm in the hills of central Otsego County. Our farm is a sheep and crop operation. We sell both hot house and freezer lambs. Our lambs are raised as naturally as possible. Please call for availability.
Wellington's Herbs & Spices
Carolyn & Frederick Wellington 649 Rickard Hill Road Schoharie, NY 12157 (518) 295-7366 firstname.lastname@example.org A sought after farm/tourist destination featuring a quaint country store, tearoom,
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art exhibit facility, stocked ponds, and spectacular herb and flower gardens. Merchandise includes fresh and dried herbs, unusual vegetables, antique furniture and tools, gift baskets, herb and herb products, collectibles, imported teas, aromatherapy, small animals. An incomparable farm/tourist experience. www.wellingtonsherbsandspices.com
West Branch Creamery, LLC
Gene Hosey 11 Prospect Street Stamford, NY 12167 email@example.com Located near the headwaters of the West Branch of the Delaware River, we craft traditional farmstead cheeses from the milk of our own Alpine and Sable goat herd. In addition to the tasty cheeses, we make skin pampering lotions and soaps.
Will-O-Wool Sheep Farm
Gail Carbone and Douglas Duchesneau 153 Gabel Road Callicoon, NY 12723 (845) 887-6383 firstname.lastname@example.org
We raise Border Leicester and Black Welsh Mountain sheep specializing in fine wool products offering raw fleece, roving, batting and handspun yarn in white and natural colors. Specialty handmade products include 100% wool dryer balls, lanolin hand cream, body lotion, lip balm and soap. Quality sheep available for starter flocks. www.willowoolsheepfarm.com
Willow Wisp Organic Farm
Windy Hill Goat Dairy
Barry Gaughan, Owner 504 North Road Cherry Valley, NY 13320 (607) 264-8467 The mission of Windy Hill Goat Dairy Farm is to provide healthy farm fresh cheese and other milk products to a solid customer base at a competitive price using as little a carbon footprint as possible, while maintaining a profit margin that will sustain a modest yet comfortable country life style.
Greg Swartz 25 Stone House Road Damascus, PA 18415 (570) 224-8013 email@example.com We grow a diverse mix of vegetables, herbs and cut flowers. Tended with care, our valley bottom soil grows delicious and nutrient-dense produce. Join our year-round CSA (summer shares and winter shares.) We sell at the Callicoon Farmers' Market, Barryville Farmers' Market, and local retail stores. Wholesale inquires welcome.
Tammy Boylan 699 State Route 208 Gardiner, NY 12525 (845) 255-5300 firstname.lastname@example.org Large family farm since 1903 featuring homegrown fruits, pick-your-own apples and cherries. Homemade from scratch fruit pies, jams, applesauces, pickles, and cider donuts. Fabulous hanging baskets, bedding plants and perennials. Come visit us. Open 8 am- 6 pm.
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EMINENCE ROAD FARM WINERY LONG EDDY � NEW YORK
Bottled Alive! Naturally fermented wine, made by hand in the Western Catskill mountains.
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Pride for all seasons. 1-800-554-4501 www.prideofny.com The above periods are approximate. Harvest periods may begin a
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Collard Greens Collard Greens Corn
Mustard Greens Mustard Greens Onions
Squash, SummerSquash, Summer Squash, Winter Squash, Winter Swiss Chard
The above periods are approximate. Harvest periods may begin a week to ten days earlier during a warmer-than-usual year. A cool spring will delay crop maturity. Call farms for exact dates of harvest.
ods may begin a week to ten days earlier during a rop maturity. Call farms for exact dates of harvest.
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Acom Hill Farm Amy’s Take- Away, Inc. And Mrs. Jorrin’s Sheep Farm Apple Bin Farm Market Apple Pond Farming Center Applegarth Barlow’s General Store Bearkill Road Maple Products Beaver Dam Brook Farm Beaverkill Trout Hatchery Ltd. Beaverkill Valley Inn Bethel Creamery Bethel Farmers' Market Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Big Sky Farms Bistro To Go Black Willow Pond Farm Bohringer’s Fruit Farm Bramley Mountain Farm Bread Fellows Breezy Meadows Farm Bridle Hill Farm Brovetto Dairy & Cheese House Buck Hill Farm Burn Ayr Farm Burt’s Mountain Honey Bye Brook Farm C&C Feeds Cafe Devine Catskill Harvest Market Catskill Mountainkeeper Catskill Seasons Inn Catskills Escape B&B Chocolate Barn Circle W Market Claryville Pottery Cold Spring Farm Cooper’s Ark Farm Cooperstown Cheese Company Country Grown Perennials, LLC Cowbella Fine Farmstead Dairy Products Crystal Valley Farm Dancing Star Studio Delaware Highlands Conservancy Delaware Phoenix Distillery Del-Rose Farm Dirie’s Dairy Farm Domesticities & The Cutting Garden Duke Pottery Early Bird Cookery Earthgirl Flowers Earthgirl Pottery Earthly Remedies Edgewood Elderberry Herb Farm, LLC Eminence Road Farm Winery Eureka Market and Cafe, Inc. Faraway Farm Farmers’ Market, The Fieldstone Farm Flour Power Bakery Fly Creek Cider Mill Fox Hollow Nursery Franklin Farmers' Market
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Frost Valley YMCA Goldenheart University, LLC Good Cheap Food Grandpa’s Garlic Gray Goose Farm Greenane Farm, LP Gunhouse Hill Alpacas Handsome Brook Farm Hanover Farms Inc. Happy Herbs Soap Heather Ridge Farm Heirloom Botanicals Hobart Farmers' Market Honey Bee Tea Horton Hill Farm Hudson Valley Cattle Company Hurds Family Farm Ideuma Creek Alpacas Java Love Roasters JJF Farm Justus Ashtalter Maple Syrup Karin Ursula Landscapes Keep It Green Acres Kiernan Farms La Basse Cour Lazy Crazy Acres Lenny Bees Smoked Fish and Honey Liddle Grass Fed Beef Lilac Hill Farm Lucky Dog Farm Maggie’s Krooked Cafe & Juice Bar Main Street Farm Majestic Farm Maple Hill Farm Maple Shade Farm Maple Shade Farm Store Masonville General Store Meridale Farm Store Morris Farmers' Market Association Mother Earth’s Storehouse Mountain Dell Farm Mr. Apples Nat Kagan Meat & Poultry Inc Neversink Farm Northeast Organic Farming NYC DEP Oneonta Farmers' Market Orange County Flea Market Inc. Painted Goat Farm Pakatan Farmer’s Market Peck & Potter Farm Peekamoose Restaurant Pepacton Natural Foods Pika’s Quiche Pine Hill Arms Hotel & Restaurant Promisedland Farm, Inc. Prospect Hill Orchards Quarter Moon Cafe R & R Farm Region General Store Rich Farm Riverdale Farm Rock Hill Business Association Rolling River Inn Root ‘N Roost Farm
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Rosehaven Alpacas Rosendale Farmers' Market Roxbury Mountain Maple RSK Farm Rusty Plough Farm Sap Bush Hollow Farm Sarah’s Sugar Shack Saugerties Farmers' Market Second Chance Farm ShanDott Farm Shaver Hill Farm Shea Farms Store Sheepy Valley Sherman Hill Farmstead Silver Heights Farm Slickepott Fudge Slope Farms SMI Farms Snowdance Farm Soons Orchards Spring Lake Stone & Thistle Farm Stone Tavern Farm B & B Stoneledge Farm Sugar Blossom Flowers Sugar Brook Maple Farm Sugar Ridge Farm Summers End Orchard Sunflower Farm Sunflower Natural Foods Sunny Acres Farms Susquehanna Valley Garlic Festival Tabitha Gilmore-Barnes Studio Tay Home Terrace Mountain Orchard The Alternative Baker The Sheep’s Nest Thick and Thin Lumber Thunder View Farms Tir na nOg Tonjes Farm Dairy Turquoise Barn Vita’s Farm & Garden Market Vly Creek Maple Farm Watershed Ag Council Webcrest Farm Weinland Farms Welcome Acres West Branch Creamery, LLC Wild Hive Farm Bakery Willow Wisp Organic Farm Will-o-Wool Farm Windy Hill Goat Dairy Woodstock Farm Fesitval Wright Farms
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Barryville Farmers’ Market
Greg Swartz Intersection Route 97 & Route 55 Barryville, NY 12719 (845) 932-8348 firstname.lastname@example.org A diverse local farmers' market held Saturdays from 10 am-1 pm in the river community of Barryville. The market also features an educational series of demonstrators called Farmers Teach. www.barryvillefarmersmarket.com
Franklin Farmers’ Market
Ellen Curtis PO Box 258 Franklin, NY 13775 (607) 829-5631 Sundays 10 am -2 pm Memorial Day weekend till Columbus Day weekend. Located in front of Chapel Hall on Institute Street. Open-air market offering local goods, including meats, vegetable, fruits, eggs, cheese, maple and honey products, breads, baked goods, plants, coffee and special events.
Hobart Farmers’ Market
Town Hall Green 101 Maple Avenue Hobart, NY 13788 (607) 538-1273 email@example.com Fridays 4 pm -7 pm June - September. Local and regional vegetables, fruits, cheeses, honey, maple syrup, eggs, meats, baked goods, crafts and more. No charge for vendor tables. Find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ hobartfarmersmarket www.hobartfarmersmarket.com
Kauneonga Lake Farmers’ Market
Allison Ruef State Route 55 and Horseshoe Lake Road Kauneonga Lake, NY (845) 985-2425 firstname.lastname@example.org A small but active Farmers' Market featuring local and regionally grown and produced fruits, vegetables, eggs, meats, baked goods, and more.
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Every Friday, July 6 - August 31, 2:30 pm-6 pm. Buy local - it’s fresh, honest, sustainable...and tastes better!
Morris Farmers’ Market
Douglas Ernst Morris, NY 13808 (607) 263-2618 Located in the Morris village park pavilion on Main Street behind the fire hall, our vendors offer vegetables, berries, baked goods, goat cheese, meats, and shrubbery. Market Day is Thursday from 3 pm-6 pm, July 3-October 8. Parking is close by, handicapped accessible, WIC and Senior Nutrition Program available.
Oneonta Farmers’ Market
Dana LaCroix Main Street Plaza Oneonta, NY 13820 (607) 437-0158 email@example.com Open-air farmers’ market offering local foods, including fruits and vegetables, grass-fed meats, poultry, eggs, cheeses, maple products, honey, chutneys and sauces, preserves, and baked goods, plus unique handmade crafts and jewelry. Live music, free tastings and special events. www.OneontaFarmersMarket.com
Pakatakan Farmers’ Market
46676 State Route 30 at the Round Barn Halcottsville, NY 12438 (845) 586-3326 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com The Pakatakan Farmers' Market is open every Saturday from May 20 - October 7 from 9 am - 2 pm. Special events throughout the Catskill region. Goods include: bedding plants, shrubs, trees, fresh produce, baked goods, homemade crafts, jewelry, furniture, meat, eggs, fish, maple products, honey, wool and leather items. Rain or shine. Free. No dogs. Located 4 miles north of Margaretville/ Arkville and 8 miles south of Roxbury; 50 miles west of Kingston on Rte. 28 (turn right at Arkville cutoff road); 45 miles southeast of Oneonta on Rte. 30; and 40 miles north of the Rte. 17 exit at Roscoe. www.pfmarket.org
Pine Hill Farmers’ and Artisans Market
At the Pine Hill Community Center 287 Main Street Pine Hill, NY 12465 (845) 254-5469 Local Organic Produce, Jams and Jellies, Eggs and Meats; Food; Arts and Crafts; Workshops and Demonstrations. June 11th - Kids Felting Workshop; June 25th Blacksmithing Workshop; July 2nd - Make your own sundae. Call us for full schedule of markets events! Saturdays, 10 am - 4 pm, May 28th - October 15th.
Rock Hill Farmers’ Market
Michelle Lipari 223 Rock Hill Drive Rock Hill, NY 12775 (845) 669-4976 firstname.lastname@example.org The Rock Hill Farmers’ Market will be held every Saturday from June 16th until September 15th, from 10am until 1 pm. The market will have local in season vegetables, herbs, eggs, chicken, maple syrup, pork, honey, fruit, goat cheese, yogurt, baked goods, wine, hard cider, cut flowers and locally made soaps. There is also live acoustic music at the market every Saturday! www.rockhillfarmersmarket.com
Rosendale Farmers’ Market
Annie Mardiney Rosendale, NY 12472 (845) 658-3467 email@example.com 6th season outdoor farmers' market, rain or shine, 9 am to 2 pm, Sundays June 3rd through October 28th, 2012. Twelve to 20 vendors, primarily a green market, with organic and conventional fresh foods, and several high-quality local crafts, vendors, music and special food tastings at every market. www.facebook.com/pages/ Rosendale-Farmers-Maerket
Saugerties Farmers’ Market Edith Bolt, Market Manager firstname.lastname@example.org 115 Main and Market Streets Saugerties, NY 12477
OUTLINES (845) 246-6466 email@example.com Wide variety of farm fresh produce including organic vegetables; luscious orchard fruits and berries; artisan bread, fruit pies, and other baked goods; fresh laid eggs; delicious honey, maple syrup, jams and sauces; pasture-raised poultry and meat; mushrooms; wine; fresh herbs; field-grown flowers; and tasty regional cheeses; locally roasted coffee, prepared foods, and biscotti, granola, and other baked goods. Products change seasonally. Take home freshly harvested food grown, picked, and brought to market by local farmers. Breakfast and lunch at the market café. Eat in or take out. Special events, kids can cook, chef demos, live music, and kids activities. Saturdays, 10 am-2 pm, May 26-October 20. www.saugertiesfarmersmarket.com
Sullivan County Farmers’ Markets Association: Callicoon, Liberty, Jeffersonville
Danielle Gaebel, Market Manager c/o Sullivan County Cooperative Extension 64 Ferndale Loomis Road Liberty, NY 12752 (845) 292-6180 firstname.lastname@example.org The Sullivan County Farmers' Markets boast more than 40 vendors offering farm-fresh fruits and vegetables, meat, poultry, eggs, artisan cheeses, baked goods, maple products, honey, jams and jellies, handmade soaps, herbs and herbal products, plants, cut flowers, artisan wine, gourmet specialties, handmade pottery and other quality crafts. With 3 convenient locations in Callicoon (Sundays 11 am - 2 pm), Liberty (Fridays 3 pm - 6 pm), and Jeffersonville (Thursdays 3 pm - 6 pm) there's sure to be a market for you. www.sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org
10AM - 1PM
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Route 97 in Barryville, NY (Behind The River Market)
May 19th through October 27th
LEARN “Farmers Teach”
an educational/demonstration series @ 11 AM on select market dates.
The market will feature locally grown produce, �lowers, free range meats, eggs, baked goods, jams, artisanal cheeses + more. Educational series presented by the Barryville Greenmarket Foundation, Ltd. With funding from the Pratt-Heins Foundation BarryvilleFarmersMarket.com
Woodstock Farm Festival
Megan Reynolds Maple Lane Woodstock, NY 12498 email@example.com Celebrate our farmers and our community with fresh local produce, outdoor dining, live music, special events and children’s activities all season long. If it’s Wednesday, it’s Woodstock! 3:30 pm dusk. May 30 - October 24 www.woodstockfarmfestival.com
Fridays • July 6-Aug. 31 • 2:30-6pm Kauneonga Lake Firemen’s Pavilion
Food for thought. www.chronogram.com
3594 State Rte. 55, Kauneonga Lake, NY 12749 LOCAL/REGIONAL FRUITS & VEGETABLES artisan breads & baked goods • farm-fresh eggs • teas small-batch jams • cut flowers • hand-crafted soaps farm-raised pork, beef & chicken • maple syrup • honey herbs • essential oils • jewelry • prepared foods & more!
Buy local - it’s fresh, honest, sustainable...and tastes better! For information call 845-985-2425 or find us on Facebook! brought to you by the Town of Bethel, the BLDC & the KL Fire Dept.
Community Supported Agriculture Community Supported Agriculture, or CSA, is an increasingly popular way to strengthen your connection with a farm in your community. Members of a CSA receive a regular, often weekly, box of vegetables after purchasing a share in the farm each spring. Many farms offer optional add-on shares of local products including fruit, flowers and eggs. Find additional contact information and farm details under their complete farm listing found throughout the Guide.
BIG SKY FARM
Schenevus Pick up in Cooperstown. Optional egg, meat and cider shares. Contact Vali or Marybeth at (607) 638-9016 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Channery Hill Farm
Callicoon Center Pick up on the farm or at locations in NYC. Optional egg and beef shares. Contact Jen at email@example.com.
MOUNTAIN DELL FARM
Hancock Pick up on the farm and in Hancock. Farmer’s Pledge. Contact Lisa or Mark at (607) 467-4034 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Heather Ridge Farm
Preston Hollow Chicken and mixed-meat boxes available as five and 12-month shares or through monthly subscriptions. Pick up at the farm, Saugerties Farmers' Market or Medusa General Store. Contact Carol at HeatherRidgeFarm@aol.com or (518) 239-6234. 46 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Claryville Pick up at the farmstand on Saturdays. Certified Organic. Optional flower and egg shares. Contact Conor at (845) 985-2519 or email@example.com.
South Cairo Pick up on the farm and at additional regional locations. Certified Organic. Optional low-spray fruit, honey and maple shares.Contact (518) 622-3003 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Root n’ Roost Farm
STONY CREEK FARM
Livingston Manor On-farm pick up Friday & Saturday. Delivery option available. Summer and winter shares available. Poultry and egg discounts available to CSA members. Contact Sean at email@example.com or (845) 292-9126.
RUSTY PLOUGH FARM
Ellenville Multi-farm collaborative; choice of pick-up locations in Ulster and Sullivan counties. Certified Organic. Online buying club arrangement with weekly customer choice of products. Also offering seedlings, crafts and pastured pork shares. Contact Oleh at (845) 647-6911 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walton Pick up locations in Oneonta, Franklin and on the farm. Optional working share. Contact Kate at (607) 865-7965 or email@example.com.
SUGAR BLOSSOM FLOWERS Roscoe Flower bouquets from local growers offered in weekly or monthly shares. Pick-up locations in Callicoon, Downsville, Liberty and Livingston Manor. Contact Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WILLOW WISP ORGANIC FARM Damascus, PA Pick up on the farm. Summer shares (June to November) and Winter shares (December to May) available. Certified Organic. Contact Greg or Tannis at (570) 224-8013 or email@example.com.
Saturdays 9am to 2pm At the
ROUND BARN OF HALCOTTSVILLE May 19 to October 13
Route 30 4 miles North of Margaretville & Arkville
Fresh Produce • Herbs Meat • Cheese • Wine Soup • Quiche • Pasta Maple Products Jellies & Jams Fresh Bread & Baked Goods Ice Cream • Coffee • Tea Soap • Skincare Products Fresh Cut Flowers Potted Plants & So Much More!
Thursdays | July 5 – August 30 | 3pm-6pm Jeffersonville, NY Route 52, Main Street Parking Lot (across from PO) Fridays | May 11 - October 5 | 3pm-6pm Liberty, NY Darbee Lane, Municipal Parking Lot Sundays | May 6 – November 25 | 11am-2pm Callicoon, NY Callicoon Creek Park, A. Dorrer Drive
Local Farms ★ Neighborhood Businesses ★ Community
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Restaurants & Lodging
The Alternative Baker
Direct from Catskills pasture to dining plate, fresh local beef is easy to find and stock in your family freezer. Be it grass-fed or grain finished, regionally raised livestock does double-duty, nourishing our families with freshly grown meats and fortifying our local economies through family farm commodity sales. While you may find local meats in many area groceries, you can buy direct from any one of these Pure Catskills beef producers.
Applegarth Breezy Meadows Farm Burn Ayr Farm Fieldstone Farm Greenane Farms Heather Ridge Farm Hudson Valley Cattle Company JJF Farm Liddle Grass-Fed Beef Riverdale Farm & Forest Sap Bush Hollow Shea Farms Store SMI Farms Stone & Thisle Farm Thornwood Farm Thunder View Farms Webcrest Farm Weinland Farms
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Essell Hoenshell-Watson 407 Main Street Rosendale, NY 12472 (845) 658-3355 Offering 100% handmade baked goods of all sorts: all-butter scones, pastries and cookies; sandwiches and soups; focaccia; great breads plus vegan, gluten-free and dairy-free treats. We use local produce & products. Open at 7 am. Closed Tuesday and Wednesday. www.lemoncakes.com
Amy Jackson 1571 Route 214 Lanesville, NY 12450 (845) 688-9759 firstname.lastname@example.org Summer Solstice to Columbus Day, savor lunch (10 am-4 pm) in "Nature's dining room," seven days a week. Also take-out, off site catering by advance order, and summer farm market. Seasonal menus made from scratch with local ingredients. Serving healthy, authentic, uncommonly delicious food that connects us to the soul and flavors of cuisine from all over the world.
Beaverkill Valley Inn
Christina Jurgens 7 Barnhart Road Lew Beach, NY 12758 (845) 439-4844 email@example.com A historic Inn set along the banks of the famed Beaverkill River. Offering overnight accommodations with 19 rooms. Restaurant open to the public as well as serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with advance reservations. Menus feature locally raised meats, dairy and produce. www.beaverkillvalleyinn.com
Bees' Knees Cafe at Heather Ridge Farm
Carol Clement 989 Broome Center Road Preston Hollow, NY 12469 (518) 234-6234 firstname.lastname@example.org Great lunches right on the farm! Enjoy mountain views from shaded picnic
tables or eat inside our solar-powered 1820's farmhouse. Farm store open. Saturday lunch, Sunday brunch buffet. On/off premise catering available. Farm tours and walking trails. www.bees-knees-cafe.com
Bistro to Go/Blue Mountain Bistro Catering MaryAnne Erickson 948 State Route 28 Kingston, NY 12401 (845) 340-9800 email@example.com Gourmet take-out store serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week. Featuring local and imported organic foods, delicious homemade desserts, sophisticated four-star food by Chefs Richard Erickson and Jonathan Sheridan. Off-premise, full-service catering and event planning for parties of all sizes. www.bluemountainbistro.com
Café Devine Patti Devine 33 Lower Main Street Callicoon, NY 12723 (845) 887-3076 firstname.lastname@example.org We are a coffee shop and café in the quaint Sullivan County hamlet of Callicoon. Come by and visit and enjoy our coffee, tea and espresso drinks, smoothies, pastries, bagels, soups, sandwiches and more. Now serving beer and wine! Free WiFi. Winner of Best Sandwiches in 2010 and Best Lunch in the 2011 River Reporter Readers' Choice Awards. www.cafedevine.com
Catskill Brewery Opening September 2012 672 Old Route 17 Livingston Manor, NY 12758 Honest Hardworking Beer made by hand from Catskill mountain water and all natural ingredients. Opening Late summer 2012. Find us on Facebook. www.catskillbrewery.com
Clockwise from top: Wild Hive CafĂŠ Bakery, Clinton Corners Amy's Take-Away, Lanesville Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard, Fly Creek
BED & BREAKFAST
A Taste of Soho in the Catskills 144 N. Swiss Hill Rd, P.O. Box 285 Kenoza Lake, NY, 12750 845 482 3865 www.goslingpond.com
The patio at Catskill Rose Lodging & Dining, Mount Tremper
Catskills Escape Bed & Breakfast Randy & Kasia Leavitt 109 Post Road Franklin, NY 13775 (607) 353-1533 email@example.com Restored 4 bedroom 1860's farm Bed & Breakfast in the country near Oneonta. Canoe on the 4 acre lake. Wake up to the aroma of fresh organic coffee and a country farm breakfast made from local and organic ingredients when possible. Stay connected with wireless internet. We grow organic blueberries! So much to do. Close to Oneonta, Delhi, golf, free theatre, antique shops... Also available for vacation rentals and weddings at the lake or antique barn. www.catskillsescape.com 50 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Catskill Rose Lodging & Dining
Peter DiSclafani 5355 Route 212 Mount Tremper, NY 12457 (845) 688-7100 firstname.lastname@example.org Sleep Natural. Eat Wild. Our food is made from scratch using the best ingredients. The meats and poultry are free range, the fish is wild and the produce is organic. Our menus change seasonally. Serving dinner Thursday through Sunday from 5 pm. www.catskillrose.com
Catskill Seasons Inn
Victoria Betes 178 Route 42 Shandaken, NY 12480 (845) 688-2505 email@example.com Twenty rooms, all newly renovated. Most with full kitchens, private marble baths,
outdoor pool and tennis. Sixty acres of stream-side hiking. Pets allowed. Fireside dining in the lounge or candlelight in the dining room. Outdoor deck dining in the summer. Steaks, fresh seafood, and local produce are our specialty. Eight miles east of Belleayre. Nightly cocktail specials and wine list. www.catskillseasonsinn.com
Gosling Pond B&B
Kate Kennedy 142 Swiss Hill Road Kenoza Lake, NY 12750 (845) 482-3865 firstname.lastname@example.org Gosling Pond Lodgings is an agritourism destination with organic farms producing poultry, eggs, meat, produce, dairy, flowers, farmers' markets, organic bakery’s & winery's. Enjoy our locally produced breakfast and our CSA. We offer weddings at our stunning venue and connect discerning Chef's to Farmers offering the finest farm-to-table ingredients! www.goslingpond.com
Flour Power Bakery
JR & Denise Rowley 87 DeBruce Road Livingston Manor, NY 12758 (917) 767-7848 email@example.com We are your cozy neighborhood artisan bakery and café offering a variety of breads, bagels, rolls, breakfast pastries, pies, cakes and cookies, tarts, mousse cakes, créme brulee, cream puffs, and more. We prepare a vegan soup every weekend, pot pies, empanadas, quiche, sandwiches, salads, and savory pastries for lunch. Eat indoors, upstairs or on the front porch. Enjoy the Bistro in the evening, with a varied and seasonal menu from roast duck breast, to seared scallops or steak au poivre. Your event can be catered in the upstairs dining room. Open year round. www.flourpowerbakery.net
Early Bird Cookery
Amy Miller 31 Mitchell Pond East Cochecton, NY 12726 (845) 932-7994 firstname.lastname@example.org Early Bird transforms farm-fresh ingredients into delicious wholesome meals and products. Our services include meal delivery: a weekend's worth or a week's worth, delivered right to your door! We also cater events from large to small. Please call or visit the website for information. Taste our ice cream at Callicoon Market. www.earlybirdcookery.com
AT BETHEL WOODS CENTER FOR THE ARTS
SEPTEMBER 2 – OCTOBER 7 11:00AM - 4:00PM
FeatUreD eaCH WeeK:
FARMERS MARKET • CRAFT VILLAGE • SPECIAL EVENTS FESTIVAL FOOD • LIVE MUSIC • PONY RIDES CHILDREN’S AREA • ART ACTIVITIES • CORN AND HAY MAZES COMMUNITY PERFORMANCES
$2 PARKING • FREE ADMISSION • PLEASE NO PETS DON’T MISS...
Wine Festival Saturday, Oct 6, 2012 • 11 aM – 4 PM MarKEt SHEdS $15 TASTING FEE • $5 GENERAL ADMISSION
BethelWoodsCenter.org 845.295.2448 At the site of the 1969 Woodstock festival • Bethel, NY BWCA-HARVEST-PURECATS-2012.indd 1
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RESTAURANTS & LODGING
Peekamoose Restaurant and Tap Room, Big Indian
Maggie's Krooked Cafe and Juice Bar Main Street Tannersville, NY 12485 (518) 589-6101 email@example.com Fresh squeezed juices. Natural & simply delicious. Catering services available. Zagat rated. Open 7am-7pm. www.krookedcafe.com
Peekamoose Restaurant Marybeth & Devin Mills 8373 State Route 28 Big Indian, NY 12410 (845) 254-6500 firstname.lastname@example.org A uniquely designed farm-to-table restaurant with a menu that changes daily with the market. Zagat rated for excellence. Voted #1 Fine Dining in the Catskills for the past five years. Award winning wine list and killer cocktails using freshly juiced fruits. www.peekamooserestaurant.com
Quarter Moon Café 53 Main Street Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 746-8886 Manhattan-style eatery with an emphasis on locally grown products. Classic fare mixed with more adventurous offerings will delight even the fussiest of diners. Attentive waitstaff and beautiful décor. Seasonal hours. Please call. Catering services available at your place or ours. We now have a pig roaster for backyard BBQ. www.quartermooncafe.com 52 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Rolling River Café Gallery Inn
Kim Rayevsky 25 Cooley Road Parksville, NY 12768 (845) 747-4123 email@example.com A cafe, restaurant, gallery and inn. International cuisine, great wines, art for sale. Summer dining by the river. Open year round. Comfortable, fun ambiance at reasonable prices. Organic, local food. Inn accommodates up to seven guests (nine with air bed). Will host private parties. www.rollingriver.com
Frank Giorgimi & Ana Sporer 3689 County Route 67 Freehold, NY 12431 (518) 634-7790 firstname.lastname@example.org Ruby's Hotel is an 1800s architectural gem, lovingly restored, and furnished with all the original fixtures. Chef/ owner Ana Sporer, featured in the May 2008 Hudson Valley Magazine as one of the Hot New Chefs in the Valley, prepares her culinary delights using local purveyors and produce from her own organic garden. Ruby's also features the Broderick Fine Art Gallery on premises. www.rubyshotel.com
Wild Hive Farm Bakery
Don Lewis 2411 Salt Point Turnpike Clinton Corners, NY 12514 (845) 266-5863 email@example.com The Wild Hive Farm Café and Store combines an artisanal bakery, a local food store and a wonderful neighborhood space where folks come together. Wild
Regional creators blend native ingredients and pure water found right here in the Catskills into botanicals that nourish our senses and revitalize our skin. Choose from an array of lip balms, moisturizers, make-up and soaps. Can’t make up your mind? Take one for yourself and put the rest of your fabulously fragrant favorites into a basket of goodies for that special friend to enjoy. You know they’re fresh, and local because they’re Pure Catskills botanicals like no other.
Earthly Remedies by Erin Elderberry Herb Farm Happy Herbs Soap Heirloom Botanicals Honey Bee Tea Hive baked goods are hand crafted with local, freshly milled whole grains from our own stone mill. Committed to sustainable agriculture, Wild Hive Farm buys grains and produce exclusively from local and regional farmers. By doing so, we hope to create a prosperous and lasting network of local farms, that will provide for, and be supported by, the community that surrounds them. www.wildhivefarm.com
Thursday NighT diNNer for Two
$30.00 includes Salad (RSK Farms Greens), Entree and Coffee or Tea
friday is Tapas NighT
$6 each or 3 for $16 Martini & Nightly Cocktail Specials
Stone grinding locally grown organic grains in small batches to provide you with the freshest and most nutritious wholegrain products in the Hudson Valley. 2411 Salt Point Tpke, Clinton Corners, NY www.wildhivefarm.com
SEAFOOD & STEAKS & LOCAL PRODUCE NIGHTLY BLACKBOARD SPECIALS
The Flour Power Experience Artisan Bakery t Breakfast Cafe Lunch & Dinner Bistro
Find us at area Farm Markets & Retails Shops
87 Debruce Road, Livingston Manor
visit us at flourpowerbakery.net or Call 845.439.1210
SOUPS | SANDWICHES | COFFEE SMOOTHIES | PASTRIES | FREE WIFI OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
Now serving beer and wine! Ask about our catering and special events. 33 Lower Main St, Callicoon, NY 845-887-3076 www.cafedevine.com
Established in 1882, the Pine Hill Arms has become a landmark of the Catskill Mountain region, offering high quality, innovative New American cuisine in a friendly, casual atmosphere. The chef-owner, Robert Konefal, specializes in subtle and delicate fresh seafood entrees and a variety of choice meats, such as a slow roasted prime ribs of beef. The Pine Hill Arms has been recognized by Ski Magazine as one of the top 20 casual, fine dining ski resort restaurants. At the Pine Hill Arms, you can treat yourself to the best the Catskill Mountains has to offer. Our uniquely decorated rooms and amenities are designed to help you relax and unwind. Rates for double occupancy start at $80 per night. The Pine Hill Arms is closed Monday and Tuesday. A private dining room is also available for private parties.
We invite you to tour our history, menu and rooms on our website www.pinehillarms.com or feel free to call us at 845-254-4012/5197
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Farm & Food Organizations
(607) 865-7090 firstname.lastname@example.org This regional chapter of the National Collaborative Alliance for Farmer Training (CRAFT) offers ongoing networking and educational opportunities for beginning farmers. CRAFT provides the opportunities for beginning farmers to connect and learn from existing farmers who offer up their time, talents, and experience to help prepare the next generation of agricultural entrepreneurs. Visitor our webpage for the 2012 schedule of farm visits and additional resources. www.catskillcraft.org
Catskill Delaware Permaculture
(845) 482-4164 Sustainable Farms and Communities Courses. Tours, Education, Hands-on Learning. www.catskilldelawarepermaculture.org
P.O. Box 381 Youngsville, NY 12791 (845) 482-5400 email@example.com Catskill Mountainkeeper is a grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to protecting and preserving the ecological integrity of the Catskill Region of New York State. Through a network of concerned citizens, we work to promote sustainable economic growth and the protection of natural resources essential to healthy communities. For a listing of relevant news, events, and resources, and to learn more about our agricultural work, please visit our website. www.catskillmountainkeeper.org
Delaware Highlands Conservancy
PO Box 218 Hawley, PA 18428 (570) 226-3164 firstname.lastname@example.org A land trust conserving our natural heritage & quality of life in partnership with landowners & the communities of the Upper Delaware region. www.delawarehighlands.org 54 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Kate Ryan 87 Sal Bren Road Delhi, NY 13753 (607) 643-3251 email@example.com Farm Catskills, Building Sustainable Communities in a Working Landscape: Our membership organization of farmers and community members works to protect and promote agriculture by preserving Delaware County's working landscape for the production of food, fiber and forest products. Visit our website to learn more about programs and membership. www.farmcatskills.org
Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York
249 Highland Ave Rochester, NY 14620 (585) 271-1979 firstname.lastname@example.org NOFA-NY is a membership-based organization of farmers, consumers, and gardeners working together to create a sustainable regional food system which is ecologically sound and economically viable. Through demonstration and educational opportunities, we promote land stewardship, organic food production, and local marketing. NOFANY brings consumers and farmers closer together to make high quality food available to all people. www.nofany.org
Roundout Valley Growers Association
Deborah DeWan PO Box 867 Stone Ridge, NY 12484 (845) 657-5701 deborah.dewan@ rondoutvalleygrowers.org The Roundout Valley Growers Association strives to keep our farm community viable and profitable while protecting open space. We accomplish this by building awareness through educating the community, reinforcing the connections between people and agriculture through programs and activities that nurture our young, inspire
engagement, cultivate knowledge, values and skills and in turn promote jobs and careers in agriculture. www.rondoutvalleygrowers.org
Schoharie County Bounty
Sarah Blood 276 Main Street, Suite 2, PO Box 396 Schoharie NY 12157 (518) 298-8770 email@example.com The agricultural economic development program working to assist farmers and agricultural businesses in Schoharie County. Staff works to promote Schoharie County's farm and food producers, connects producers with market opportunities, and assists producers with identifying and applying for funding resources. www.growsc.com
Slow Food Upper Delaware River Valley
Jen McGlashan PO Box 177 Callicoon Center, NY 12724 firstname.lastname@example.org We are the Slow Food Chapter for the Upper Delaware River Valley. Check our website for upcoming events. Slow Food is an idea, a way of living and a way of eating. It is a global, grassroots movement with thousands of members around the world that links the pleasure of food with a commitment to community and the environment. www.slowfoodupderiva.org
Sullivan County Farm Network
Cindy Gieger (845) 482-5729 Sonja Hedlund (845) 482-4764 email@example.com The Sullivan County Farm Network was founded in March 2010, by dairy, livestock, maple, honey and vegetable producers who value our farms and want to keep them productive. The Network works with local farmers and non-farming friends from all sectors of our community. Our mission is to increase farming activities in Sullivan County and to strengthen communication between those who grow food with those who consume it. www.sullivancountyfarmnetwork.org
Connecting Farmers to Landowners Catskills FarmLink is a free online land listing resource developed in response to increasing inquiries related to land access in the Catskills. The site is designed to promote the Catskills as a great place to operate a small, diversified farm and seeks to maintain the regionâ€™s working landscape by connecting farmers with underutilized agricultural land. Catskills FarmLink compiles user-submitted properties and classifieds and offers a range of resources related to land access. Online resources include statewide and regional contacts that support the farming community; land lease planning and landowner guides; opportunities like educational workshops, networking events, classifieds, internships, job offerings, equipment and livestock sales, and distribution partnership/sharing. The site serves beginning farmers looking to transition to independent farm management, existing farmers looking to acquire or access more land, and landowners interested in making property available for agricultural use. Site users submit listings on www.catskillsfarmlink.org at no charge. Visit www.catskillsfarmlink.org to explore land listings and classifieds or submit your own, and to learn more about farming and land access in the region.
FARMERâ€™S MARKET Seasonal Local Produce Locally Raised Eggs Local Honey & Maple Syrup Open Year Round 7:30am - 7:30pm, Seven Days a Week 211 E. Broadway, Monticello â€˘ 845-794-2744
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Fresh and Local Saturdays, 10AM – 2PM May 26 to Oct 20
(Indoor Monthly Winter Market October - April)
115 Main St (1 mile east of NY Thruway, Exit 20)
Fruits and Vegetables
Special Events • Chef Demos Live Music • Kids Activities
Our Green is Blue EVERY SATURDAY 10AM - 1PM
Ninety percent of New York City’s water supply comes from the Catskills. Over 75% of the Catskills is forested, and forests act as natural filters helping keep New York City’s water clean. Every Pure Catskills wood product is expertly crafted by local artisans. When you purchase wood products from a Pure Catskills business, you promote a strong Catskills economy, help keep forest as forest, and ultimately protect the water quality for nine million people.
June 16th - September 15th
223 Rock Hill Drive, Rock Hill, NY www.rockhillfarmersmarket.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Isn't it time to make your green blue? To learn how to purchase locally made Pure Catskills wood products and make your purchase count for clean water, visit
www.catskillwoodnet.org Pure Catskills is an initiative of the Watershed Agricultural Council. An Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer, the Watershed Agricultural Council is funded by NYC Environmental Protection, U.S. Forest Service, U.S.D.A. and other sources.
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FARM & FOOD RADIO SHOWS Hear what local farmers and advocates have to say about what’s happening in the region on farm and food radio shows.
91.3 FM, wioxradio.org The Farm Hour Mondays, 6 to 7 pm Observations and stories from people working the land in the Catskills and beyond. Watershed Wake-up Call Fridays, 7:15am to 7:45 am If it’s blue or green, you’ll hear about it here on this weekly update. What’s happening in the Catskills and New York City watershed: farming and forestry, upcoming events and regional grants, improving the local food and fiber economies, conserving farm and forest lands, and protecting water quality.
90.7 FM, wgxc.org WGXC Agriculture Sundays, 6am to 7am A compilation of agricultural audio clips and conversations from the previous week on 90.7-FM. Tune in to hear Kieran Riley, Liz Logiudice, Severine von TscharnerFleming, and recordings from the Hawthorne Valley Association, the Agroforestry Resource Center, and other collaborating individuals and organizations.
Thunder 102, Liberty
102.1 FM, thunder102.com Ag & Garden Report Saturdays, 6:30am to 7am Join Mike Sakell at 6:30am on Saturdays for the Thunder Country Ag & Garden Report with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Sullivan County!
90.5 FM, wjffradio.org Farm and Country Saturdays, 7:30 to 8 am A diverse cast of characters brings interviews, recipes, and more from local farmers, chefs, and anyone who gets their hands dirty.
Sherman Hill Farmstead We purchased our first dairy goat in 1972 (we named her Heidi, of course). We were active in the Delaware County dairy goat 4-H program for 25 years and shipped our goats milk to a cheese producer for five years. In 1993, we began processing goat's milk cheeses at our farm-based plant. It has been a journey of learning, hard work and family commitment. Would we do it again? Of course. â€”Linda Smith 58 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
Activities & Tourism
Bethel Woods Center for the Arts
Kathy Fischer (845) 295-2448 email@example.com The annual Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods occurs Sundays from 11 am-4 pm, August 29-Columbus Day weekend, rain or shine. Farmers' Market, crafts, food, live music, children's activities and crafts, pony rides, themed events every week, and more! www.bethelwoodscenter.org
Frost Valley YMCA
2000 Frost Valley Road Claryville, NY 12725 (845) 985-2291 firstname.lastname@example.org Frost Valley YMCA Farm Campers live, work, and play together on our 515 acre farm. The program combines farm education and sustainable living with traditional camp activities. Campers learn how to grow and harvest crops and take care of farm animals like chickens, cows, pigs, horses, and more! Four 2-week sessions throughout the summer. Enroll today. www.frostvalley.org
NACL Theatre The Little Farm Show
Tannis Kowalchuk 110 Highland Lake Road Highland Lake, NY 12743 (845) 557-0694 email@example.com NACL Theatre is an arts ensemble that creates and presents innovative performance at its theatre and artists' house. Along with an exciting new CSArts ‑Community Supported Arts program, NACL tours The Little Farm Show, an allages musical performance about farming and food justice. www.nacl.org
Orange County Antiques Fair & Flea Market
Orange County Fairgrounds 100 Carpenter Avenue Middletown, NY (845) 282-4055 Antiques, collectibles, arts & crafts, baskets, furniture, fresh produce and so
much more. Bargains & fun for the entire family. Every Saturday & Sunday through November, 6:30 am-5 pm, free shopper admission and parking. The market is also open during the annual Orange County Fair. www.ocfleamarkets.com
Susquehanna Valley Garlic Festival
Susquehanna Valley Garlic Growers Association 1088 County Highway 34 Schenevus, NY 12155 (607) 638-9016 firstname.lastname@example.org Sample the best locally grown garlic of upstate New York. The Annual Susquehanna Valley Garlic Festival is organized by local growers presenting a wide variety of garlic from around the world. Lectures, demonstrations (history, growing, braiding, cooking). Local musicians all day. Lots of foods. Children's activities. Entrance and parking free. www.svgarlicfestival.com
West Kortright Centre
49 West Kortright Church Road East Meredith, NY 13757 (607) 278-5454 email@example.com From Blues to Bach, fiction to farm fairs, garden tours to gala dances, the West Kortright Centre sponsors performances, workshops, gallery exhibits, and community gatherings in an historic country church building in a rural valley in the Northern Catskill Mountains. www.westkc.org
Woodstock Farm Festival
Maple Lane Woodstock, NY 12498 firstname.lastname@example.org Celebrate our farmers and our community with fresh vegetables and fruits, meat, poultry, eggs cheeses, breads and baked goods, honey, trout, great prepared foods, outdoor dining, live music, special events and children's activities all season long. If it's Wednesday it's Woodstock! 3:30 pm – dusk. May 30 - Oct. 24 www.woodstockfarmfestival.com
You know it’s fresh when you pick your own (PYO). Grab a friend or two and make a day of it at your local grower’s farm. Be it raspberry rows, pumpkin patches, apple orchards, or flower gardens deluxe, PYOs are OMG good! Find one open, and in season, below. Bohringer’s Fruit Farm strawberries, cherries, rhubarb, blueberries, raspberries Buck Hill Farm – eggs Cooper’s Ark Farm – eggs Domesticities & The Cutting Garden – flowers, herbs, vegetables Fox Hollow Nursery Christmas trees Handsome Brook Farm organic raspberries, blueberries, strawberries Hurd’s Family Farm berries, pumpkins, tomatoes Maple Shade Farm – pumpkins Meridale Farm Store strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and pumpkins Mr. Apples – apples Prospect Hill Orchards cherries, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, pumpkins Soons Orchards – apples Terrace Mountain Orchard apples Sunflower Farm – pumpkins Wright Farms – cherries, apples
Pepacton Reservoir 2010
You Can Protect Farmland, Forests and Clean Water
All farms and forest lands located within the New York City Watershed have an impact on water quality. If you own land in the New York City Water Supply Region: Catskill/Delaware Watershed – a 1,597-square-mile area that includes six reservoirs in Delaware, Greene, Schoharie, Sullivan, Ulster counties – and the Croton Watershed – a 375-square mile area across New York’s Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess Counties and Fairﬁeld County, Connecticut, you may be eligible for one of our programs. By using a tailored land management plan on your property, you can help guarantee the high-quality water standards of the New York City drinking water supply. As a landowner, you can: • Plant trees and riparian shrubs to prevent streambank erosion. • Enlist our technical expertise in pasture, cropland and manure management. • Protect water quality by initiating land stewardship on your property. • Qualify for ﬁnancial assistance to implement conservation practices. • Learn to address the many threats to your forest including deer overpopulation and invasive species. • Promote biodiversity and healthy woodlands through a ﬁnancially assisted Forest Management Plan.
But you can’t do it alone... Let’s do it together. Call us to ﬁnd out what you can do to protect our water, farm and forest resources. (607) 865-7790 Catskill/Delaware Watershed (914) 962-6355 Croton Watershed
The Council is funded by the NYC DEP, USDA, USFS and other public-private sources.
BOVINA FARM DAY September 2nd, 2012 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sponsored by the farms of Crescent Valley R & R FARM WEBCREST FARM SUNFLOWER FARM OF BOVINA
A day of down on the farm fun for everyone. Come meet your local farmers!!!
OUTLINES 12th Annual
Stay Connected With Us All Year! Visit www.purecatskills.com Online youâ€™ll find extended member profiles, details
Saturday, September 22nd 10am to 5pm Wood Bull Antiques Route 28, Milford, NY All local garlic growers, all day local musicians, childrenâ€™s games, raffle, food, lectures and demonstrations. Free entrance & parking. 607-638-9016 svgarlicfestival.com Support from Otsego County Tourism, Susquehanna Valley Garlic Growers Association and Friends of the Garlic Festival
on the latest events and ongoing seasonal news. Learn more about the farmers next door and the products they grow! Follow us on Facebook! facebook.com/purecatskills
Calendar of Events
Farmstock Farm Tours Throughout Sullivan County Weekends, May - August A diverse group of farms will open their barn doors to visitors all summer long! Learn about all type of food and farm products including wool, vegetables, dairy, maple, horses and chickens. Tours take place from 12 to 3 pm, admission is $6 for adults and $4 for children. Visit us online for a full schedule. www.sullivancountyfarmnetwork.org
Farming with Kids Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy Center, Callicoon Center (845) 482-4764 Friday and Saturdays, June - September. 10 a.m. Children, accompanied by an adult, get to do some REAL farm work such as: milk a goat, groom a horse put out hay, plant and pick in the garden collect eggs. $6/$5. No reservations required. www.applepondfarm.com
May May 26 & 27 Sharon Springs Garden Party www.upstatevactions.com
Rosendale Earth Festival Rosendale Farmers’ Market 1055 Route 32, Rosendale (845) 658-3467 Annual hands-on Earth Festival with kid’s activities, food and music.
June 3 Planting a Three Sisters Garden Iroquois Indian Museum 324 Caverns Road, Howes Cave (518) 296-8949 www.iroquoismuseum.org
June 20 Strawberry Festival Old Stone Fort 145 Fort Road, Schoharie (518) 295-7187 www.TheOldStoneFort.org
July July 19 – 22 Greene County Youth Fair Cairo Presented by the Green County Agricultural Society with livestock shows, trade tent and many family activities. www.greenecountyyouthfair.com
July 21 & 22
Sheep Shearing & Open House The Sheep’s Nest 45 Main Street, Hobart (607) 214-0050 An English Cottage designed and built by us after an inspiring trip to England. Inside you will find wonderful embellishment for your home. Custom kitchen cabinetry, concept wine cellar, handmade & vintage items, cheese,
Fire Fest 2012 Maple Shade Farm, Delhi (607) 746-8866 A HOT time on the farm with proceeds benefiting local fire departments. A family friendly community day style picnic. Enjoy a fun packed day of games, contests, entertainment, and FIREWORKS! BBQ, Farmers' Market, local specialty products, beer and fun. Spend a day in the country and support a great cause. Wagon rides, fireworks, music, and special activities make the event fun for all. 10 am-8 pm
bread and jams as well as wood products.
May 26 – 28
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July 27 - August 4 Schoharie County Sunshine Fair Cobleskill Amusement rides, freestyle motorcross shows, monster truck show, live entertainment and livestock shows. www.sunshinefair.org
July 28 & 29 15-year Farm Anniversary Celebration Ideuma Creek Alpacas 321 Ideuma Road, Unadilla (607) 563-9174 Huge $10 tent sale, open barns, garden tours and seminars. www.icalpacas.com
July 31 - August 5 Ulster County Fair Libertyville Road, New Paltz Includes amusement rides, entertainment, exhibits and fireworks. www.ulstercountyfair.com
August August 13 - 18 Delaware County Fair Walton www.delawarecountyfair.org
August 19-25 Otsego County Fair Morris Daily entertainment, livestock shows, 4H exhibits, demolition derby, truck pull and amusement rides www.otsegocountyfair.org
August 17-19 Little World’s Fair Grahamsville Neversink Agricultural Society Fairgrounds, Route 55 Sullivan County Youth Fair, livestock shows, daily entertainment, 4-H exhibits and amusement rides. www.grahamsvillefair.com
September September 15 & 16 Sharon Spring Harvest Festival www.upstatevactions.com
September 15 & 16 Apple Fest Fly Creek Cider Mill 288 Goose Street, Fly Creek (800) 505-6455 The Millâ€™s most popular festival featuring music, antique tractors, apples and family fun hosted by the Cooperstown Rotary Club and sponsored by regional businesses. Hours are 10 am to 5 pm, Saturday & 12 pm to 5 pm on Sunday. www.flycreekcidermill.com
October October 6 Little Farmerâ€™s Day Maple Shade Farm, Delhi (607) 746-8866 Agricultural fun for everyone. Spend a day on the farm and get back to your roots. Demonstrations, special entertainment, farm animals, and arts and crafts all day. Meet the Dairy Princess, enjoy the 4-H fair, pick a pumpkin, and come play in the hay!10 am-5 pm. www.mapleshadefarmny.com
October 6 & 7 Taste of the Catskills Maple Shade Farm, Delhi (607) 746-8866 A family friendly foodies delight. Enjoy all the tastes of our area in one location from Farm to Fork! Farmers Market, local specialty products, restaurant samples, beer and wine tasting. Sample the foods, take in the foliage, and savor the day on our beautiful farm. Bring a cooler to take home some delicious local delights! Wagon rides, corn maze, music, and special activities make the event fun for everyone. 10 am-8 pm. www.mapleshadefarmny.com www.buypurecatskills.com 63
Calendar of Events October 13
Heritage Harvest Festival Maple Shade Farm, Delhi (607) 746-8866 Fall Back in time…enjoy the harvest season on our historic farm. Oldfashion demonstrations, antique farm equipment, pie sale, and delicious samples throughout the day. Apples, cider pressing, and apple treats galore. Fresh local produce, baked goods, pumpkins, mums, gourds, and fall décor. 10 am-5 pm. www.mapleshadefarmny.com
Jack-O-Lantern Jamboree Maple Shade Farm, Delhi NY (607) 746-8866 Celebrate the harvest season’s most popular product- the Pumpkin! Come carve a pumpkin at the farm to add to our giant display. Watch out for the pumpkin bandits on your wagon ride to the pumpkin patch and enjoy special entertainment. Games, food, arts and crafts all with the pumpkin in mind. Toast a marshmallow over the bonfire and enjoy the stars. Costume contest at 6 pm. JackO-Lantern lighting at 7 pm followed by sky lantern launch and live music. 10 am-8 pm. www.mapleshadefarmny.com
November November 4
Pure NY Maple Syrup: Taste of Fly Creed Series Fly Creek Cider Mill 288 Goose Street, Fly Creek 1-800-505-6455 Pride of NY Members, Breezie Maple Farm, for a focused tasting of pure maple syrup. Pancake mixes and baked goods will be paired with syrup and maple cream. Recipes and promotions are available. Sampling hours are 10 am to 4 pm. www.flycreekcidermill.com
November 10 & 11
Fly Creek Cider Mill 288 Goose Street, Fly Creek 1-800-505-6455 The Fly Creek Cider Mill will offer demonstrations on how to make Wassail, the traditional holiday drink. Savory spices are blended with the Mill’s famous sweet cider to make a hot beverage that is perfect for the holidays. Sampling hours are 10 am to 4 pm both Saturday & Sunday. www.flycreekcidermill.com 64 Pure Catskills Guide 2012-2013
November 23 & 24 Christmas at the Creamery Bovina Creamery, Bovina Center (607) 746-8866 Local gifts galore. Jams, syrup, honey, baked goods, cheese and more. Unique one-of-a-kind items, crafts, and art all under one roof. The historic Bovina Creamery makes the perfect setting for 50+ local farm and artisans products to make gift giving easy. Seasonal music, trees, wreaths, hot cider and a crackling bonfire are sure to bring out your holiday spirit! 10 am-5 pm. www.bovinacreamery.weebly.com
November 24 & 25 Duke Pottery 855 County Road 93, Roscoe (607) 498-5207 Original, hand-built pottery inspired by the natural beauty of the earth and fired in a variety of ways. Plus art gallery and gift shop showcasing wide variety of local artists, crafters and farmers. 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. www.dukepottery.com
December December 8 Christmas on the Farm Maple Shade Farm, Delhi (607) 746-8866 Get into the Holiday Spirit with an old fashion country Christmas on the Farm. Come shop our market full of handmade items, local gifts, gift baskets, meats, cheese, syrup, baked goods and more. Santa arrives 1 pm-3 pm. Sledding if weather permits, seasonal music, trees, wreaths, hot cocoa and a crackling bonfire are sure to bring out the kid in you! 10 am-5 pm. www.mapleshadefarmny.com
January, 2013 January 25 – 27 Northeast Organic Farming Association of NY (NOFA-NY) Annual Conference (585) 271-1979 2013 winter organic farm & gardening conference in Saratoga Springs, NY. www.nofany.org
Fiber fanatics, knitting buffs and the fashion-chic search for quality wool. Pure Catskills fibers are an upland treasure— Icelandic, angora, alpaca, and blends—in colors and textures batched in small quantities and crafted into scarves, vests, hats and mittens. Right here in the Catskills, wool raised by local farmers, designed by local artisans, worn only by you!
Apple Pond Farm and Renewable Energy Center Applegarth Faraway Farm Gunhouse Hill Alpacas Heather Ridge Farm Ideuma Creek Alpacas Lilac Hill Farm Promisedland Farm The Sheep’s Nest Sheepy Valley Farm Tir na nOg Will-o-Wool Farm
Hobart Farmers’ Market Fridays 4-7
101 Maple Avenue, Hobart, NY 13788 (Town Green)
Pies Breads 4\MÄUZ Cookies Honey Eggs Meats Cheeses Maple Syrup Jams Jellies Candles Soap Jewelry & More FRESH seasonal fruits and vegetables. +,30*06<:)(2,+.66+:LOCAL PRODUCE & HOMEMADE ITEMS.
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Regional farm and food products, business and retailers from the Catskills region and New York City Watershed.
Published on Jun 7, 2012
Regional farm and food products, business and retailers from the Catskills region and New York City Watershed.